September 25, 2009

New Iran sanctions: Can U.S. bring other countries on board?

The U.S. and its allies Friday gave Iran two months to comply with demands to come clean on its expanding nuclear program, or face broader international sanctions, perhaps even targeting the country's gasoline imports. Experts don't expect Iran to change course, however, making it likely that President Barack Obama will have to convince other nations to do as the U.S. and adopt financial sanctions.

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