The top EU foreign policy official urged the United States Friday to engage Iran in direct negotiations about its nuclear program and other issues to try to stabilize the Middle East.
European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana urged the United States on Friday to speak directly to Iran over its disputed nuclear program, saying he was sure Tehran was ready for such talks.
European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana called on Friday for the United States to open a "channel of communication" with Iran on all subjects.
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US forces on Friday detained four members of a gang suspected of smuggling armour-piercing bombs from Iran to Iraq and sending back militants for "terrorist training", the military said.
US President George W. Bush said Friday that if Iran continues to defy the UN Security Council's demand to curtail its nuclear program, the result will be new sancions and greater isolation.
Iran proved to be the sole flashpoint in an otherwise muted debate between US Democratic presidential hopefuls Thursday, as contenders weighed what Washington's response should be to an Iranian nuclear weapons program.
The EU's foreign policy chief, Javier Solana, calls on the US to hold direct talks with Iran on a range of issues.
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf said a possible US attack on Iran would be a "terrible mistake," in an interview published here Friday.
Top EU Official Calls on U.S. to Engage Iran in Talks About Nuclear, Other Issues