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Iran offers an ‘idea’ to end atom stalemate

June 29, 2018
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Tehran has proposed that France organize and monitor the production of enriched uranium inside Iran, complicating negotiations over the fate of its nuclear program. (International Herald Tribune — 9 minutes ago)
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The U.S. Senate agreed on a set of sanctions targeting foreign countries and entities preventing them from continuing nuclear cooperation with Iran. (Aljazeera — 54 minutes ago)
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Javier Solana said the matter would be referred to the Security Council for possible sanctions unless Tehran agreed quickly to suspend uranium enrichment work. (New York Times — 1 hour ago)
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Javier Solana, the EU’s foreign policy chief, suggested Wednesday that talks with Iran over its nuclear program had all but reached a dead end, saying the matter would be referred to the UN. (International Herald Tribune — 1 hour ago)
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Time is running out for Iran to avoid UN sanctions over its nuclear policy, Europe’s foreign policy chief warns. (BBC News — 4 hours ago)
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European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana says Iran has not agreed to suspend its most sensitive nuclear activities despite four months of intensive talks He says time is running out for I (ABC News — 6 hours ago)
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Iran’s hard-line president has ordered nuclear facilities opened to foreign tourists to prove that the nation’s disputed atomic program is peaceful, state-run television reported on Wednesday. (CNN — 10 hours ago)
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U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said she has seen nothing to indicate that Iran is prepared to suspend uranium enrichment. (CNN — 10 hours ago)
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PARIS, Oct. 3 — Iran proposed Tuesday that France create a consortium to enrich Tehran’s uranium, saying that could satisfy international demands for outside oversight of the nuclear program. (Washington Post — 17 hours ago)
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European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana reacted with dismay Tuesday to North Korea’s announcement that it will conduct a nuclear test. (International Herald Tribune — 4 October, 2006)
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Iran’s refusal to freeze uranium enrichment has torpedoed talks meant to defuse the standoff over Tehran’s nuclear defiance and the U.N. Security Council will start focusing on sanctions against the Islamic republic next week, senior U.N. diplomats said Tuesday. (International Herald Tribune — 4 October, 2006)
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Iran’s hardline president today said his country was determined toexpand its uranium enrichment program, announcing a plan toincrease enrichment for nuclear fuel and said allegations thatTehran was seeking nuclear weapons was a ‘big lie’. – (The Age — 2 October, 2006)
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The Bush administration again threatened Iran with U.N. punishment Friday unless it responds positively to demands it cease work on processing uranium. (International Herald Tribune — 30 September, 2006)
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