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Iranian president says he won’t negotiate over ‘inalienable right’ to have nuclear program

Oran’s president on Thursday said his country will not surrender its “inalienable rights” to have a nuclear program, which the West fears is geared toward making atomic bombs. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is in Malaysia for a three-day visit as part of Iran’s efforts to garner international support before Monday’s meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency. The U.N. watchdog wants assurances from Tehran it does not have a secret nuclear weapons program. Tehran says its nuclear program is only for producing electricity. “We believe that it is the right of all member nations to enjoy nuclear fuel and also peaceful nuclear technology. We will not accept a scientific apartheid,” Ahmadinejad told reporters in Kuala Lumpur. Full Story

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