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Europe, U.S. agree to deprive Iran of nuke technology at UN meeting

U.S. and European negotiators at a key meeting of the UN atomic watchdog agency agreed Friday on a draft resolution meant to deprive Iran of technology that could be used to make nuclear weapons and setting an indirect deadline for Tehran to meet the conditions. But ambiguities in the draft left open the possibility of new confrontation between Iran and the United States when the board of governors’ conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency reconvenes in November. The text, made available to The Associated Press, demanded that Iran suspend all uranium enrichment activities – but also recognized the right of countries to the peaceful use of nuclear energy, a phrase that left Tehran plenty of wiggle room.Full Story

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