October 22 2009
Iranian nuclear negotiators said they have accepted a draft agreement to export most of the country's nuclear material, the Washington Post reports.
Iranian and Western negotiators reached the tentative deal this week in Vienna.
The government in Tehran must confirm the deal before it can move forward, diplomats said.
The agreement requires Iran to transfer about 80 percent of its reported low-enriched uranium to France and Russia for conversion into fuel for a medical...
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