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UN, Russia Want Iran to Build Trust Over Nuke Aims

The U.N. nuclear watchdog and Russia agreed Monday that Iran must take further steps to regain the trust of the international community, which it forfeited by hiding atomic activities from the U.N. Speaking to reporters after meeting Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, U.N. International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei said they wanted Iran to do more to convince the world that its nuclear ambitions were peaceful. “We talked at length about Iran and the importance of us clarifying all outstanding issues (about its nuclear program) and Iran providing cooperation, but also the importance of Iran trying to (build) confidence,” ElBaradei said. Full Story

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