4.9 on the Richter scale hit Iran's western province of Lorestan Monday, with rockslides along a busy road leaving several people lightly hurt, officials said.
which is due decide whether to report Iran to the U.N. Security Council for possible sanctions.
and suspend its uranium enrichment activities on Monday,
in a sign of cooperation even as the United States has been stepping up pressure over the country's nuclear program.
"The suspension will begin tomorrow," the Foreign Ministry spokesman, Hamid Reza Assefi, told journalists.
a trip to Israel and the Palestinian territories.
deliver a nuclear bomb and believes the intelligence he cited in making the accusation is sound, State Department officials said Friday.
intelligence about the crucial question of whether Tehran is trying to meld those two programs to produce a nuclear ...
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