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Iran renews offer to talk about Iraq

Iran has renewed its offer to talk about Iraq with its archenemy, the United States, because it is concerned about the escalating turmoil in the neighboring country, analysts say. But Tehran may also be seeking to slow Washington’s push for sanctions over its nuclear program. The United States has yet to respond to the offer, made Sunday by Iran’s Foreign Ministry. The spokesman for the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, Mike McClellan, said he would have no comment until Washington had decided, adding no preparations were under way for talks. Full Story

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