Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said talks Wednesday on perks and penalties meant to stop Iran from pursuing nuclear activities that the West fears could produce a bomb produced “good progress,” suggesting the United Nations could act soon if Tehran remains defiant. Meanwhile, the possibility of direct talks between Iran and the United States appeared distant despite back channel overtures from Iran and additional pressure on Washington from its negotiating partners and others. Full Story
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