Xinhua: Iran will no longer hold talks with Britain, France and Germany, the so-called E3, on behalf of the European Union, Iran's foreign minister Manouchehr Mottaki announced on Tuesday at a press conference held in the Iranian capital Tehran.
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Today: The growing diplomatic crisis with Iran over its nuclear program.
Washington Post: Iran continued Tuesday to parry a Russian offer to enrich uranium on Russian soil for its nuclear energy program, putting off any move to finalize a deal because it has no real incentive to bend yet, according to diplomats and Russian analysts.
Reuters: Iran should suspend all uranium enrichment, China said on Tuesday, as Russian and Iranian nuclear negotiators were to hold a second day of talks to try to strike a deal to ease international concerns that Tehran wants a nuclear bomb.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 20 Irans hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Monday that the recent victory by the Islamist group Hamas in the Palestinian elections brushed aside the Oslo Peace Accord and the Roadmap to Peace in the Arab-Israeli conflict, and expressed hope that soon all of Palestine will be liberated, Irans official news agency reported.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 20 Iran has sentenced to death two men it claims were responsible for twin bombings in the south-western city of Ahwaz in January, the semi-official news agency Fars reported on Monday.
New York Times: A Russian effort to forge a compromise over Iran's nuclear programs stalled today after five hours of negotiations in the Kremlin ended inconclusively. Negotiators for both countries agreed to hold new talks but did not announce when or where they would take place.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 20 Several dozen hard-liners gathered outside the Danish embassy on Monday in protest to the publication of insulting cartoons depicting Islams Prophet Muhammad in European dailies.
Washington Post: Iran is playing "a negative role" in Iraq by providing weapons, training and other support to militias and insurgent groups that interfere in Iraqi politics, the U.S. ambassador to Iraq said at a news conference on Monday.
Reuters: Iran vowed on Monday to pursue nuclear research even if talks in Moscow lead to agreement on a Russian offer to enrich uranium for Iranian power plants -- a plan aimed at defusing fears Tehran wants atomic bombs.
Reuters: Iran will not hold back its vital oil exports as a weapon in its nuclear dispute with the West, a move that could push crude oil prices to fresh record highs, a senior Iranian oil official said on Monday.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 20 Iran said on Monday that Britain was behind a blast that had gone off in the south-western city of Ahwaz on Sunday night which was similar to several recent explosions in the volatile city.
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