The Iranian nuclear power plant of Natanz, 270 kms south of Tehran, taken in 2005. The world's leading powers agreed January 16, 2005, that Iran must
refreeze work on a process that can be used to produce nuclear weapons. But the United States, Britain, France and Germany, meeting in London,
failed to win commitments from Russia and China to support sending the matter to the U.N. Security Council. (ParsPix/Abaca Press/KRT)
The Iranian nuclear power plant of Natanz, 270 kms south of Tehran, taken in 2005. The world's leading powers agreed January 16, 2005, that Iran must refreeze work on a process that can be used to produce nuclear weapons. But the United States, Britain, France and Germany, meeting in London, failed to win commitments from Russia and China to support sending the matter to the U.N. Security Council. (ParsPix/Abaca Press/KRT) MCT
The Iranian nuclear power plant of Natanz, 270 kms south of Tehran, taken in 2005. The world's leading powers agreed January 16, 2005, that Iran must refreeze work on a process that can be used to produce nuclear weapons. But the United States, Britain, France and Germany, meeting in London, failed to win commitments from Russia and China to support sending the matter to the U.N. Security Council. (ParsPix/Abaca Press/KRT) MCT

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