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Iran dismisses U.S. policy shift

The United States has dropped its opposition to Iran’s application for membership in the World Trade Organization in an effort to bolster European negotiations with the Tehran regime over its nuclear program. The three European countries negotiating with Iran — Britain, Germany and France — had been pressing the Bush administration to drop American opposition to Iran trying to enter the WTO, which facilitates trade between nations. Those nations, in return, agreed to send the dispute with Iran to the U.N. Security Council if the Iranians fail to fulfill their international agreements, including a promise to halt uranium enrichment. Full Story

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