Sidelining of a key US official adds to uncertainty about Iran nuclear talks

Rob Malley, the Biden administration Special Envoy for Iran, testifies about the Iran nuclear deal during a hearing of the Senate Foreign Relations on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC on May 25, 2022. Editor’s Note: A version of this story appears in CNN’s Meanwhile in the Middle East newsletter, a three-times-a-week look inside the region’s biggest stories. Sign up here.


United States officials have said Iran could be just weeks away from acquiring enough weapons-grade uranium to make a nuclear bomb. Now, the man who had been tasked with reviving a nuclear deal to constrain that program has […]

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