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EU Urges Iran to Stay With Halt on Uranium

European negotiators urged Iran’s president-elect Monday to maintain a suspension of uranium enrichment activities, a day after he promised to restart the nation’s controversial nuclear program. The call came as two inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency arrived in Iran for talks expected to include reports that Tehran worked secretly with plutonium, a possible component of nuclear bombs. At a Sunday news conference, hard-liner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, elected by a landslide Friday, repeated Tehran’s contention that the 20-year-old nuclear program was needed for peaceful energy purposes. The U.S. believes that Iran wants to develop atomic bombs. Full Story

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