New York Times: Iran on Tuesday welcomed an array of international incentives aimed at persuading the country to freeze crucial nuclear activities, but stressed that there were issues that needed to be resolved before any agreement could be reached.
AP: World powers on Tuesday gave Iran a package of incentives that includes U.S. nuclear technology to persuade Tehran to curb its uranium enrichment program, and the Islamic republic's initial reaction was relatively upbeat.
Reuters: Iran will review proposals handed over by European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana that aim to persuade Tehran to stop its sensitive nuclear work, a senior Iranian official said on Tuesday.
Reuters: EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana began a meeting with Iran's chief nuclear negotiator, Ali Larijani, on Tuesday to present proposals aimed at persuading Tehran to halt making nuclear fuel, an Iranian official said.
The Times: Iran's threat to disrupt the Wests oil supplies if it makes a mistake in the confrontation over Tehrans nuclear programme looks like the latest move in a round of bluff and counter-bluff.
New York Times: The European Union's foreign policy director, Javier Solana, arrived in Tehran on Monday night with incentives intended to resolve the nuclear crisis with Iran, including a proposal to allow Iran to upgrade its aging civilian air fleet through the purchase of aircraft parts from an American company, Boeing.
Washington Post: Speaking last October at a Tehran conference on "The World Without Zionism," Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, referred to Israel as a "disgraceful blot" and called for it to be "wiped off the map." This was not an isolated or idle threat. In the same speech, he defended Iran's determination to press ahead with its nuclear program -- which would give it the practical ability to achieve this result.
Reuters: European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana will hand Iran a package of incentives on Tuesday that aim to persuade Tehran to abandon its plan to make nuclear fuel, a spokeswoman for Solana said on Monday.
Washington Times: Threats of an international financial squeeze stemming from the showdown over Iran's nuclear program have sent Iranians scrambling to get their savings out of the country, or if that won't work, to convert them into gold.
Washington Times - Editorial: During its 20th-century struggles for world domination, international communism periodically benefited from the naivete and willful ignorance of some in the Western media, who foolishly portrayed totalitarians as agrarian reformers and social democrats.
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