Okay, it's not THAT shocking, at least not to anyone with half a brain (which excludes the Obama administration, I guess). After months of delaying any action on Iran, months that have given Iran the opportunity to get closer to nuclear weapons, the P5+1 talks with Iran have been suspended. I guess the only good news is that the farce is not continuing next month and Israel may finally have the cover they need to bomb the Iranian program straight to hell. Israel has been very patient, allowing years to pass as the western powers tried everything in their non-military arsenal to coax Iran to giving up nukes. Now they have no reason to wait. Iran will never give up their nuclear program willingly, that has to be clear to just about everyone at this point.
On another note, I wonder if this suspension of talks is one of the reasons Hamas has started sending rockets (45 and counting) into southern Israel. While rocket fire in Israel is nothing new, Hamas admitting to it is kinda new as they have generally been afraid of Israeli retaliation since Operation Cast Lead. While they have an excuse, one of their members was killed in retaliation for an attack on Israeli fence workers, this seems a little over the top. Perhaps they are trying to keep Israel's mind off of other matters (Iran and/or Syria) by escalating as they have? Of course, its also possible that the person from Hamas who claimed responsibility wasn't authorized to claim responsibility and this dustup will calm down in a few days (Palestinian terrorist organizations aren't known for their discipline).
Anyway, we'll see what happens next. I have a feeling it's going to be a hot summer.