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Iran refuses to suspend atomic work

Iran insisted on Sunday that it would not suspend sensitive atomic work despite signs that world powers were close to agreeing on sanctions against Tehran. “We believe that suspension is totally rejected and is unacceptable,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini said. Some media reports had suggested Iran may be prepared to freeze atomic fuel manufacturing work for 90 days to allow direct negotiations with the United States and other major world powers to take place. Full Story

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