Iran is meeting key obligations to curb its nuclear programme under the deal Tehran struck with six world powers, according to a first report by the International Atomic Energy Agency since the deal went into effect in January.
Several Latin American countries searching for ways to control Zika-carrying mosquitoes have recently turned to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for help, experts of the organization said Tuesday.
The head of the UN nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), was due to arrive in Tehran Sunday, the day after international sanctions were lifted as part of a landmark nuclear accord.
Long-time foes Iran and the United States agreed to swap a total of 11 prisoners, both sides announced Saturday as they held last-minute negotiations on implementing an international nuclear deal that will remove sanctions against Iran.
Iran and world powers will soon settle their nuclear dispute by implementing a far-reaching deal. But it will take years of close international inspections to rebuild trust between the two sides, says the head of the IAEA.