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Iran dismisses talk of partial freeze in atom work

Iran dismissed on Sunday any suggestion it might agree to partially suspend its uranium enrichment activities as a way towards ending an international standoff over its nuclear programme. Iran says it is developing nuclear technology for power generation but the West fears it is trying to build a bomb and two sets of U.N. sanctions have already been imposed on Tehran. Some diplomats and analysts say Iran and the six world powers handling Iran’s atomic file may eventually need to accept a partial enrichment freeze under strict U.N. inspections to overcome the deadlock. Both sides have publicly denied this. Full Story

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