Washington Times: After September 11, 2001, President Bush had a message for countries that support terrorism. "America has a message for the nations of the world. If you harbor terrorists, you are a terrorist. If you train or arm a terrorist, you are a terrorist.
The New Yorker: On May 31st, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced what appeared to be a major change in U.S. foreign policy. The Bush Administration, she said, would be willing to join Russia, China, and its European allies in direct talks with Iran about its nuclear program.
Reuters: Top Pentagon officers have told the Bush administration that bombing Iranian nuclear facilities would probably fail to destroy that country's nuclear program, the New Yorker magazine reported on Sunday.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Jul. 02 Irans Foreign Ministry rejected a deadline by the Group of Eight (G8) countries to reply to a European drafted offer aimed at breaking the international impasse over Tehrans sensitive nuclear activities.
New York Times: Thousands of Iranians from across Europe gathered here today in support of the National Council of Resistance of Iran and its leader, Maryam Rajavi, who was recently freed from French judicial restrictions that limited her movement.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Jul. 01 Iran's hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Saturday that Tehran would continue to pursue its uranium enrichment activities despite a package of incentives it had been offered by the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and Germany in return for suspending the activity.
Iran Focus: Paris, Jul. 01 Tens of thousands of Iranians converged in an exhibition centre north of Paris on Saturday and urged the European Union to end all negotiations with Tehran over its suspected nuclear weapons activities and instead support the people of Iran to bring about democratic change in their homeland.
New York Times: A senior Iranian cleric vowed today that his country would never talk with the United States over Tehran's nuclear program, as an American official underscored the need for Iran to respond next Wednesday to a package of incentives offered by major powers in exchange for a suspension of uranium enrichment.
Reuters: The United States reaffirmed on Friday it expected Iran to give a formal reply to a package of incentives to curb its nuclear activities at a meeting between its chief negotiator and European officials on July 5.
AP: Iran's foreign minister on Thursday brushed aside demands from the major industrialized nations to respond by July 5 to an international offer for Tehran to roll back its uranium enrichment program, saying his nation would need until August.
AFP: Top Iranian nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani will meet EU foreign policy Chief Javier Solana next week to discuss an international plan to resolve the standoff over Iran's nuclear program, with the West demanding a response in two weeks.
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