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Amid talk of bombing, Iran diplomacy seen as route

Talk may be growing for U.S. military action against Iran but experts doubt whether, after failures in Iraq, the U.S. public and even some Bush administration hawks have the stomach for it. Tehran raised the stakes for such action on Tuesday by announcing it was producing atomic fuel, but the Pentagon, State Department and White House stressed diplomacy was still the main option. “The United States of America is on a diplomatic track. That is the president’s decision. That’s where our European allies are,” said Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. Full Story

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