April 8, 2012

U.S. Defines Its Demands for New Iran Talks

Sanger & Erlanger, New York Times

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The Obama administration and its European allies plan to open new negotiations with Iran by demanding the immediate closing and ultimate dismantling of a recently completed nuclear facility deep under a mountain, according to American and European diplomats.

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