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May 24, 2012 9:00 am

Iran Rejects Terms on Nuclear Program

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President Barack Obama, talked with David Cameron, Prime Minister of England, and Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany, at the 36th G8 summit. Photo: wiki commons.

Albany Times/AP – Iranian negotiators on Thursday rejected proposals by six world powers to curb Tehran’s nuclear program, and demanded answers to their own counteroffer meant to alleviate concerns about the Islamic Republic’s ability to build atomic weapons.

The stance underscored the difficulties facing the nuclear talks as both sides stake out their terms and agendas for a second day in the Iraqi capital. Still, the negotiations did not appear in danger of collapse. Envoys added extra hours to their meetings as a sandstorm closed down the Baghdad airport.
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