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Diplomat: No deal seen reached in Iran-IAEA nuclear talks
Published Thursday 17/01/2013 (updated) 17/01/2013 22:24
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VIENNA (Reuters) -- UN nuclear inspectors and Iran appear to have failed in talks this week to finalize a deal to resume their long-stalled investigation into suspected atom bomb research in the Islamic state, a diplomatic source said on Thursday.

The UN International Atomic Energy Agency and Iran were expected to hold a further meeting on Feb. 12, following two days of negotiations in Tehran this week that ended on Thursday, the source added.
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1 ) Mel / USA
18/01/2013 16:35
Well heck! A sure fire way to get NPT-IAEA Iran to feel safer in discussing more options re:its LEGITIMATE domestic nuclear-energy program,would be for USG to DE-NUKE non-NPT,non-IAEA,ROGUE-nuclear ISRAEL first! Israel remains MORE OFFENSIVE & existentially threatening to local,regional,global mutual peace,foreign/trade relations,& US National Security,than Iran ever could,or WOULD WANT to,be!Why should NPT Iran lower any SOVEREIGN DEFENSE versus Israel's ROGUE OFFENSE? Common-sense please!
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