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France Rejects Iranian Request for Talks

France rejected Iran’s request for more talks on Iran’s nuclear program, saying Wednesday that Tehran first must suspend its atomic activities. Iran asked for a ministerial-level meeting, but its decision to resume some activities “means that it is not possible for us to meet under satisfactory conditions to pursue these discussions,” French Foreign Ministry spokesman Denis Simonneau said in Paris. U.S. Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns supported the idea that Iran should suspend its program and return to talks. Full Story

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