Iran Inspections Are Expected in 2 Weeks, EU Official Says

Senior European Union envoy Javier Solana said at the end of talks with Iran Thursday that he expects Tehran to open its recently disclosed uranium-enrichment plant to United Nations inspectors "within two weeks," adding that Iran appeared to understand that circumstances have changed since it stonewalled in similar talks 15 months ago. Full Story »

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