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Iran ups rhetoric on quitting atomic treaty

Iran said on Sunday it will reject any U.N. resolution seeking an end to its atomic fuel work and renewed its rhetoric about following North Korea in quitting the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). The defiance came as President Bush said Iran posed a threat to Israel and other countries. A draft U.N. Security Council resolution, fashioned by Britain and France and backed by the United States, will ask that Iran suspend its uranium enrichment activities. Full Story

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