Both Britain and France have summoned Israel's ambassadors to protest plans to expand construction in East Jerusalem, while some say more serious action like economic reprisals are possible.
The UN nuclear watchdog says that Iran installed more centrifuges at Fordow facility, but it isn't using more of them – yet. Nuclear talks are due to resume soon.
Power struggles between ethnic Serb, Muslim, and Croat parties are holding back Balkan states from fuller integration with Europe.
Iran's foreign minister echoed White House denials that the two countries are scheduled to have direct bilateral negotiations on Iran's nuclear program.
Speaking before the United Nations General Assembly, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to make a case against Iran, calling for 'red lines' that will trigger a US attack on the Islamic State.
The European Union and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe have dismissed parliamentary elections in Belarus as a sham, further isolating the landlocked state from the West.
Speaking at the United Nations General Assembly on Monday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad described the state of Israel as a temporary phenomenon in the Middle East
Speaking in Tehran today, UN chief Ban Ki-moon criticized Iran for failing to reassure the world it is not pursuing nuclear weapons as the IAEA reported its nonmilitary nuclear work continues apace.
The complete set of PowerPoint slides that Iran used during a meeting with world powers are now public.
Iran says it is willing to lower uranium enrichment levels to end sanctions. But it also set out red lines in PowerPoint presentation at recent Moscow talks.