Bloomberg: Inpex Holdings Inc., Japan's biggest oil explorer, may agree to cut its 75 percent stake in Iran's Azadegan oilfield to salvage a share of the $2.5 billion project, the Middle East country's largest discovery in 30 years.
AFP: Foreign ministers from the six major powers seeking to defuse the Iran nuclear crisis will hold talks on Friday in London from 5:00 pm local time (1600 GMT), a spokesman for the British Foreign Office told AFP on Thursday.
Reuters: Senior officials from major powers will meet in London on Friday to establish the next steps against Iran over its refusal to give up uranium enrichment, the U.S. State Department said on Thursday.
Reuters: The West should be open to further talks with Iran despite an impasse over its nuclear aspirations, the EU's top diplomat said on Thursday, hinting at lingering European hesitation to pursue sanctions sought by Washington.
New York Times: A forgotten letter in which the founder of the Iranian revolution, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, cited a need for nuclear weapons has stoked a debate over whether to negotiate with the West and raised questions about Irans nuclear intentions today.
Reuters: Japan's deal to develop the Azadegan oilfield in Iran, one of the world's biggest untapped reserves, appeared to hang by a thread on Thursday, as Japanese officials denied a report from Tehran that it had lost the project by failing to begin development quickly enough.
Reuters: A senior Iranian oil official said on Wednesday that Japan's INPEX Holdings Inc (1605.T: Quote, NEWS, Research) had lost the chance to develop a major oifield in Iran after last ditch talks did not reach a deal, Iran's Fars news agency said.
Reuters: The European Union warned on Wednesday Iran was close to triggering sanctions by refusing to halt uranium enrichment, but Tehran again insisted it would not give up its right to make nuclear fuel.
Reuters: President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Wednesday Iran wanted further talks to address the West's concerns about its nuclear program but said the country would not abandon its efforts to make nuclear fuel.
Reuters: Iran has indicated to European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana it will not freeze its most sensitive nuclear work and major powers will consult later this week on sanctions, a European diplomat said on Wednesday.
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