In Moscow, a third round of talks continues this week, but serious differences still divide Iran from six world powers over putting an end to Tehran’s nuclear program. Iran’s representatives have been told to stop uranium enrichment or face an end to negotiations, heavier sanctions and the likelihood of kinetic bombing of key military facilities. “We must conclude that Tehran is using the talks as a cover to buy time as it continues to advance toward nuclear weapons capability,” says ...
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