Iran on Monday offered some cooperation with an International Atomic Energy Agency probe of an alleged secret uranium processing project linked by U.S. intelligence to a nuclear arms program.
President Nicolas Sarkozy of France said Monday that Iran could be attacked militarily if it did not live up to its international obligations to curb its nuclear program.
US President George W. Bush on Tuesday will describe Iraq as the front-line against Shiite extremism championed by Iran and the Sunni extremism of Al-Qaeda, an aide said Monday.
Iran has resolved U.N. questions about tests with plutonium, a key fuel for atomic bombs, and the International Atomic Energy Agency considers the matter closed, according to the text of an IAEA-Iran accord released on Monday.
Iran has cleared up questions from the UN nuclear agency about its experiments with plutonium, a potential atom bomb material, according to a UN-Iranian working document released by Iran l Monday.
Iran on Monday offered some cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency in its probe of an alleged secret uranium processing project linked by U.S. intelligence to a nuclear arms program even while dismissing such claims as "baseless allegations."
French President Nicolas Sarkozy warned Monday that it would be "catastrophic" to resort to military force in confronting Iran over its suspect nuclear program.
?A nuclear-armed Iran is for me unacceptable,? President Nicolas Sarkozy of France said in a speech today.
In his first major foreign policy speech as president, Nicolas Sarkozy said Iran could be attacked militarily if it did not live up to its international obligations to curb its nuclear program.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy said on Monday a diplomatic push by the world's powers to rein in Tehran's nuclear programme was the only alternative to "an Iranian bomb or the bombing of Iran."