to persuade Iran to abandon its nuclear program. Her comments were likely to disappoint Europeans who would like the United States to throw greater weight behind its efforts to persuade Iran to give up nuclear activities in return for political and economic incentives.
a peaceful use of nuclear technology", according to the main Iranian opposition group, the National Council of Resistance
of Iran. At a conference in Paris on Thursday Mohammad Mohaddessin, Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman of the NCRI, accused the Iranian regime of "producing Polonium-210, Beryllium and Neutron Generators".
Bush called Iran the "world's primary state sponsor of terror" and reiterated his accusations that the country is striving to develop nuclear weapons, a charge denied by Iran. He also promised to "stand with" the Iranian people in their quest for liberty, a veiled jab at the republic's ruling clerics.
that it is seeking nuclear weapons, has agreed to freeze potentially arms-related uranium enrichment activities while ...
Music tapes, two video-cameras and alcoholic beverages
were among the items confiscated during the raid.
The plan by Senator Brownback, a Republican from Kansas, is in keeping with the president's commitment to spread freedom throughout the world, a theme that is likely to be reiterated in his State of the Union speech tomorrow.
On Saturday, the 15-year-old boy only identified by his first name, Arshya committed suicide by throwing himself from the roof of his house. His parents said that Arshya was under extreme social pressures.