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Iran urged to import enriched uranium

June 29, 2018
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Foreign Minister Alexander Downer is urging Iran to import enrichedfuel rather than pursue uranium enrichment and a possible nuclearweapons program. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 hours ago)
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Iran announced yesterday that it will resume uranium enrichment-related activities within a week, a process it agreed last November to suspend temporarily to build confidence in talks with the European Union big states, Britain, France and Germany, and thus avoid referral to the UN Security Council for possible sanctions, something the U.S. is lobbying world support for. (Aljazeera — 2 May, 2005)
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Iran said Saturday it is likely to resume uranium enrichment-related activities within a week, a process it halted last year to build confidence in talks with European countries and avoid referral to the U.N. Security Council for possible sanctions. (CNN — 1 May, 2005)
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Iran will likely resume some nuclear activities related to uraniumenrichment next week, Iran’s top nuclear negotiator has been quotedas saying. (Sydney Morning Herald — 30 April, 2005)
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Iran is warning that it may resume uranium enrichment-related work next week after failing to reach an agreement with the European Union (EU) over the long-term future of its disputed nuclear program (ABC News — 30 April, 2005)
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Iran has announced it will resume certain nuclear activities suspended as part of a deal with the European Union (EU) but that it will maintain a freeze on uranium enrichment Foreign ministry spoke (ABC News — 3 May, 2005)
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The European Union’s so-called “Big Three” and Iran have failed to reach agreement over Tehran’s nuclear program but decided to hold more talks in the future. (CNN — 30 April, 2005)
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With the world watching its every nuclear step, Iran on Tuesday declared it is “determined” to pursue all legal areas of nuclear technology, including uranium enrichment. (MSNBC — 21 hours ago)
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Kamal Kharrazi, the Iranian foreign minister, said Iran was determined to press ahead with uranium enrichment and accused the U.S. and Europe of trying to keep an exclusive hold on technological advancement. (International Herald Tribune — 4 May, 2005)
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Iran said today that it was determined to press ahead with uranium enrichment. (New York Times — 4 May, 2005)
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UN chief Kofi Annan has urged ‘non-weapons’ states such as Iran tostep back from the nuclear temptation. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 3 May, 2005)
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Secretary-General Kofi Annan challenged the United States and Russia on Monday to slash their nuclear arsenals irreversibly to just hundreds of warheads, and urged nonweapons states like Iran to give up potential bomb technology in return for international guarantees of nuclear fuel. (CNN — 3 May, 2005)
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At a conference on the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, the U.S. demanded that Iran dismantle its nuclear facilities. (New York Times — 4 May, 2005)
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For the seventh time since it took force in 1970, the world’s nations gather Monday to reassess how well the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty is keeping the lid on man’s most terrible weapons. (MSNBC — 2 May, 2005)
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Iran is planning to mount a staunch defence of its nuclear energyprogram during an international conference and will insist it hasrights to the same technology afforded to all members of theNuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 3 May, 2005)
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