Iran suspends uranium enrichment
Guardian / Josh Layton
04-Nov-2012 (3 comments)

Iran has suspended the enrichment of uranium stockpiles to the 20% purity needed to bring it a short step from building a nuclear device, news services in the region have reported.

Mohammad Hossein Asfari
, a member of parliament responsible for foreign policy and national security, was quoted as saying that the move was a "goodwill" gesture, aimed at softening Iran's position before a new round of scheduled talks with the United States after this week's presidential elections.

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 Souri jan: I think it's

by vildemose on

 Souri jan: I think it's a face-saving measure on the IRI part. Domestically, it won't be a popular decision among the IRI's core constituents, the basij and estshhadiha. If Khamenie is to prolong his regime he knows  this is a poison he must drink.


All Oppression Creates a State of War--Simone De Beauvoir


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by Souri on

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I hope this is

by vildemose on

I hope this is true.  


All Oppression Creates a State of War--Simone De Beauvoir