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Rice Says Iran Is `playing Games’

The Bush administration calls Iran’s offer to let a watchdog agency inspect the country’s nuclear facilities a stalling tactic, intended to avoid U.N. penalties that would further isolate Tehran. “I think they’re playing games,” Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.” “But obviously, if they’re not playing games, they should come clean. They should stop the enrichment, suspend the enrichment.” Iran’s deputy oil minister played down the chance of U.N. action, saying punishing Tehran would send oil prices even higher. Full Story

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