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Iran Leader: U.S. Should Give Up Nukes

Iran’s president said Monday that his country supports calls for making the Middle East a nuclear arms-free zone, but he also urged the United States and Russia to give up all their atomic weapons as a threat to the region’s stability. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad did not mention an agreement in principle reached Sunday by Iran and Russia to move Iran’s uranium enrichment work to Russian soil, which would allow closer international monitoring of Tehran’s suspect nuclear program. Although the details still must be negotiated, the deal was seen as a potential breakthrough in Kremlin efforts to ease international pressures on Iran over its nuclear program, but it was not clear the Tehran regime is willing to give up all enrichment work. Full Story

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