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By Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
Iran says it now has more low-enriched uranium than the level agreed upon in the 2015 nuclear deal, from which the U.S. withdrew in 2018. In response, the White House says it will continue its “maximum pressure” campaign on Iran.
Interim deal on Iran nuclear program draws cautious support as well as criticism…
Israel's Flirtation with Military Action Against Iran Puts U.S. in Tricky Spot…
Tensions High as U.S. Tells Israel to Defer Attacks on Iran Over Nuclear Program…
Israel Unhappy at U.S. Approach to Curbing Iran's Nuclear Program…
In other news, Senate Democrats learned that the Congressional Budget Office estimated that their health reform bill would cost $849 billion over a decade and insure another 31 million Americans.
By Anna Shoup
During a visit by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to Russia, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the threat of more sanctions against Iran would be counterproductive.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Six nations have agreed on a draft U.N. resolution on Iran's nuclear program, but it does not include new sanctions, per Russia's preference, European officials said Friday.
The Bush administration signaled policy shifts Friday by agreeing to set a "time horizon" for Iraq troop reductions and sending a top U.S. envoy to Iranian nuclear talks. Analyst Michael Rubin and columnist Trudy Rubin examine the moves.
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