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By ALI AKBAR DAREINI By Ali Akbar Dareini The Associated Press TEHRAN, Iran Iran indicated Saturday that it has no plans to meet a key Western demand that it stop enriching uranium.
By Elaine Sciolino Iran formally responded Friday to a proposal of incentives aimed at resolving the impasse over the country's nuclear program, European officials said.
Text of report by state-run Iranian TV channel two on 5 July [Narrator] At his press conference today, Government Spokesman Gholamhoseyn Elham said that Iran's nuclear stance has not changed. [Elham] The Islamic Republic of Iran's stance has not changed.
By John Heilprin Associated Press NEW YORK -- Iran's top diplomat predicted Wednesday that the United States and Israel would not risk the "craziness" of attacking his country and possibly provoking a wider Middle East war or driving oil prices into uncharted heights.
Diplomacy is the preferred option to diffuse Israeli-Iranian tensions over Iran's nuclear program, Adm. Mike Mullen, U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman, said.
Text of report by Iraj Jamshidi of the political desk headlined: "The breeze of peace in Washington-Tehran stormy relations" published by Iranian newspaper E'temad website on 26 June Can one see any glimmer of hope behind the black clouds that these days have covered Iran's relations with the West, especially with America, over the issue of the nuclear file? On Monday this week [23rd June 2008] the influential American newspaper, the Washington Post, published a report about the American...
Iran's Majlis (parliament) speaker Ali Larijani on Wednesday warned the Western governments of anti-Iran provocation and urged them to take the warning made by the UN nuclear agency chief, Mohamed ElBaradei seriously.
Text of analysis by Parviz Esma'ili on "Note" column headlined: "An analysis of the new 5+1 Group's package" published by Iranian newspaper Javan on 16 June "The recent visit by Javier Solana, the European Union's high representative for foreign affairs, to Tehran and submitting the proposed package by the group of 5+1 may be analyzed from different angles.
By David Miliband I was asked this question repeatedly when I was in the United States last month. We've been pursuing the diplomatic track for several years, we've had four Security Council resolutions, and yet the Iranian regime is still busy installing new centrifuges.
By CONSTANT BRAND, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BRUSSELS, Belgium EU nations approved new sanctions Monday against Iran, imposing additional financial and travel restrictions on a list of Iranian companies and experts including the country's largest bank.
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