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Iranian Hardliners Unhappy with Nuclear Deal

Iranian hard-liners are angered over a deal Tehran has agreed with the European Union to suspend all activities related to its enrichment program in a bid to end an international standoff over its nuclear program. After weeks of negotiations with the EU’s “big three” of France, Germany and Britain, Tehran agreed on Sunday to suspend all uranium enrichment and processing activities from Nov. 22 to avoid possible U.N. Security Council sanctions. It warned the freeze was only temporary and for a short period of time. But conservative legislators were unenthusiastic about the agreement, saying it was actually a long-term and full-scale suspension.Full Story

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