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Tehran dismisses IAEA negotiations due to 'remote control'.
Iran is ready to talk as toughening sanctions aim to sharply scale back its nuclear program
A 266-page document was released that showed the locations of sensitive nuclear sites.
The IAEA reports a “lack of cooperation” from Tehran.
Tehran's apparent pursuit of nuclear weapons will test Obama's faith in power of diplomacy.
Last-ditch diplomacy might not prevent the next president from facing two new active nuclear foes
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Ahmadinejad predicts that the ailing U.S. economy will prevent Washington from launching a strike.
While Tehran defies nuclear inspectors, the U.S.-led sanctions effort stalls out at the United Nations.
Diplomats told the Associated Press this morning that the United States has shared information with the International Atomic Energy Agency showing Tehran was trying to make a nuclear weapon. The United States is allowing the IAEA to show some of the evidence to Iran to pressure the Islamic republic into admitting it had focused some of its nuclear efforts on developing weapons.