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Iran presses ahead with uranium plans

June 29, 2018
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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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Iran’s president on Sunday said his country was determined to expand its uranium enrichment program and said allegations that Tehran was seeking nuclear weapons was a “big lie.” (International Herald Tribune — 2 October, 2006)
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Iran has proposed that France create a consortium to enrich Tehran’s uranium, saying that could satisfy international demands for outside oversight of the nuclear program. (CNN — 21 hours ago)
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The secretary of Russia’s presidential Security Council was scheduled to travel to Iran for more talks on its nuclear program, Russian news agencies said Monday. (International Herald Tribune — 3 October, 2006)
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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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Russia and Iran signed a deal to launch the Russian-built Bushehr nuclear reactor in September next year, the BBC reported. (Aljazeera — 10 hours ago)
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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 has proposed France create a consortium to enrich uranium for Tehrans nuclear program in an effort to end the stand-off over the Islamic states atomic ambitions Mohammad Saeedi the deputy h (ABC News — 3 October, 2006)
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President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has ordered authorities to open thedoors of Iran’s nuclear facilities to tourists to prove that thecountry’s disputed nuclear program has been peaceful, state-runtelevision reported. – (The Age — 6 hours ago)
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Iran’s conservative-dominated parliament voted Tuesday to debate a bill that would require the government to fingerprint all U.S. citizens visiting Iran. (International Herald Tribune — 23 hours ago)
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JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia, Oct. 2 — Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice held midnight talks with Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah on Monday on the first leg of a five-day swing through the Middle East to rally Arab allies against the growing momentum of militant movements in the region. (Washington Post — 19 hours ago)
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