Sanctions against Iran are biting the economy hard. Prices are rising and incomes are falling. The goal is to persuade the government to drop its nuclear program, but it is the ordinary people who are paying the price.
North Korea on Wednesday announced it's suspending its nuclear activities and missile tests in a breakthrough in negotiations with Washington. Lisa Mullins speaks with Stephen Bosworth, the former US special representative for North Korea Policy.
The Obama administration is sending a message to the Israelis not to attack Iran's nuclear sites. Not yet at least. US officials are thought to be trying to persuade Israel to give economic sanctions against Iran more time.
A suspected Iranian bomber has his legs blown off in one of three explosions, while attempting to attack police, in the Thai capital, Bangkok. Israel says the blasts are linked to Monday's attacks in India and Georgia against Israeli targets.
North Korea today ordered international nuclear inspectors out of the country. This after the North Korean government vowed to pull out of nuclear talks with the US and others. The World's Matthew Bell reports.
Iran's nuclear posturing has inspired some of its neighbors to pursue their own nuclear programs. Some experts say such programs could provide cover for the development of nuclear weapons in the region. The World's Aaron Schachter has the story.
Iran has revealed it's developing a second uranium enrichment plant. Until now it's acknowledged only one. President Obama called on Tehran today to open the facility international inspectors. The World's Katy Clark has the story.
Iranian media announced today successful tests of missiles which are capable of reaching Israel and American bases in the Gulf, this after revelations of a secret nuclear enrichment program. Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with Charles Duelfer.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with BBC security correspondent Jonathan Marcus about the ongoing nuclear talks with Iran. There's concern that Iran may be backing away from a proposed deal to ship its enriched uranium to other countries for processing.
A new proposal by Iran today is creating confusion among international negotiators. Iran wants to buy enriched uranium rather than send the uranium it already has to another country for processing. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from Borzou Daragahi.
The Pentagon says it's expanding land and sea-based missile defense systems in and around the Persian Gulf. The moves are intended to counter what the U-S considers a growing missile threat from Iran. The World's Matthew Bell reports.
President Barack Obama says the US and its allies are developing a ?significant regime of sanctions? against Iran for its nuclear program. Marco Werman talks with David Sanger, author of The Inheritance about the Iran challenge.
Washington is stepping up the pressure on Iran over its nuclear activities, Israel has demanded sanctions. Syria and Iran say they are standing together. The World's Matthew Bell reports on the US-led drive for new sanctions on Iran.