October 30 2009
Iran's response to a proposed U.N.-backed nuclear deal fell short of the original agreement, said diplomats cited by the Washington Post.
Tehran refused to go along with a key aspect of the deal, which called for Iran to ship the majority of its low-enriched uranium (LEU) abroad to be converted into fuel for a medical research reactor, according to Western officials.
Rather, Iran wants to keep all of its LEU in the country until receiving fuel bought from the West, reported...
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