of land from which buildings and topsoil were removed over the past year.
short time. Iran told the United Nations atomic watchdog on Sunday it would suspend uranium enrichment and processing activities as part of a deal with the European Union to avert any U.N. Security Council sanctions.
be resolved by diplomatic means, Italian News Agency ANSA reported. Iran and the European Union (EU) heavyweights, Britain, Franceand Germany, on Thursday initiated
discussions in Tehran on Iran's nuclear program.
But lately, the Iranian Kurds are discouraged.
return for avoiding referral to the U.N. Security Council for possible sanctions, local news agencies reported.
press conference by the heads of the multinational and Iraqi forces in Falluja. The mosque had been housing at least 300 militants with 110 of them confirmed to be foreign nationals.
now in their court. "We did our utmost to cooperate with the agency and build the needed confidence. Iran can take no further measures," Foreign Minister Kamal Kharazi said ...
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