Iran Hints at Suspending Nuke Activities

Iran indicated Monday it may suspend some unspecified nuclear activities after European powers offered a package of incentives in return for Tehran’s agreement to permanently give up uranium enrichment. Iran’s top nuclear negotiator, Hasan Rowhani, told state television the government was still considering its response to the offer last week by Britain, Germany and France that included civilian nuclear technology and a trade deal. “We are trying to choose the best course of work,” he said. The United States contends Iran has a covert program to produce nuclear weapons and has been lobbying for the International Atomic Energy Agency to refer Iran to the U.N. Security Council, which could impose sanctions. The offer by the European powers was an attempt to head off a confrontation. Full Story

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