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Chirac doesn’t want new Iran deadline

French President Jacques Chirac said Tuesday that he does not want to set a new deadline for Iran to suspend nuclear activities, which could be used to develop atomic weapons, despite Tehran’s defiance of U.N. Security Council demands. Speaking at the United Nations, Chirac also appeared to soften an earlier proposal to drop talk of sanctions against Iran over its uranium enrichment, an issue high on the agenda at this year’s U.N. General Assembly. Full Story

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