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Iran describes nuke talks as ‘constructive’

 Iran describes nuke talks as \'constructive\'

Iran describes nuke talks as 'constructive'


Iran’s top nuclear negotiator called talks Saturday with European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana “constructive” but didn’t say whether Iran would accept a short-term proposal to jump-start negotiations on the nuclear issue.
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Oil hits record near $147 as supply fears intensify

LONDON (Reuters) – Oil leapt $5 to a new record high near $147 a barrel on Friday, spurred by growing worries of threats to supplies from Iran and Nigeria and the possibility of a strike by Brazilian oil workers next week.
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More Theater Over Iran’s Nukes

 More Theater Over Iran\'s Nukes

George W. Bush and the Iranians are locked in a diplomatic game of “Who’s crazier?” With six months left in office, no political capital at home or abroad, and a uniformed military ready to rebel at the first talk of a new war, the Bush administration is left with simply the threat of military strikes, kept eternally “on the table” in hopes of bluffing Tehran into a compromise on its nuclear program.
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Saber Rattling from Iran and Russia

Saber Rattling from Iran and Russia

The missile-bound game of nuclear tic-tac-toe continued across the Middle East and Europe Wednesday as Russia made a provocative response to an expansion of the U.S. missile shield in Europe, and Iran followed with a provocation of its own. After the U.S. and Czech Republic signed an agreement calling for the basing of a U.S. radar south of Prague, Moscow responded with a threat of unspecified “military” action if the system is ever deployed.
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Big Country…Big Problems

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The U.S. is wrongly accusing Iran of arming militant groups in Basra, says Tehran’s top diplomat in the southern Iraqi city
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