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Opposition hardens to UN action on Iran nuclear plans

The EU pressed the IAEA on Monday to bring Iran’s nuclear program before the U.N. Security Council over suspicions it is seeking nuclear bombs. Diplomats said Britain, France and Germany were working to convince the 35-nation board of the International Atomic Energy Agency, which began meeting on Monday, to refer Iran to the Security Council after it resumed nuclear processing last month. They faced intense opposition from Russia and developing countries on the IAEA board, who are sympathetic to Iran’s insistence it has a right to run a peaceful nuclear program to generate electricity. Iran denies it is seeking nuclear bombs.Full Story

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