Weekend Iran Nuclear Talks End in Deadlock


Despite the Bush administration’s decision to send a senior American official to the table for the first time, there was no progress made during international talks on Iran’s nuclear ambitions.

Iranian diplomats refused to address the main issue: international demands that it stop enriching uranium.

Talks were part of a rare show of unity among the six negotiating partners — the United States, France, Britain, Germany, Russia and China.

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