at the UN summit Friday, with Iran's nuclear ambitions and condemnations of terrorism as top issues.
the UN security council, with the possibility of sanctions being imposed if the newly elected hardline president does not stop uranium enrichment or restart negotiations with Europe and America.
hanged in a prison in the city of Yazd, central Iran, a semi-official daily wrote on Thursday.
continue to cooperate with it provided Tehran can enrich uranium, a process that can make fuel for nuclear weapons, a statement obtained by Reuters on Wednesday said.
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