Iran tells developing states to fight world-power bias

TEHRAN (Reuters) – Iran’s president called on Tuesday for developing nations to unite to fight what he said was bias shown by the U.N. Security Council and other world bodies that only serve the big powers’ interests.

Iran wants to broaden its international support in a row over its nuclear plans with Western capitals, which President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says manipulate the Security Council and other bodies to act against the Islamic Republic.

The Council has imposed three rounds of limited sanctions on Iran for its refusal to halt sensitive atomic work, which the West says is aimed at making nuclear bombs but Tehran insists is designed to meet electricity needs.

Ahmadinejad accused world powers of trying to deny others peaceful nuclear energy while they stockpiled atomic weapons.

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