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Iranian president to meet PM over nuke dispute

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who is very much in the news over Iran's disputed nuclear programme, will be in Malaysia to give a first-hand account of the controversy.

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Iran makes atomic proposals before U.N. powers meet

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Iran outlined proposals to the European Union to calm its nuclear row with the West on Monday, but a British official said they contained nothing new.

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U.N. Security Council needed in Iran atomic row - EU

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union called on Monday for the U.N. Security Council to step into the nuclear dispute with Iran, but stopped short of calling for Tehran's formal referral to the top world body for possible sanctions.

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Iran makes atomic proposals before U.N. powers meet

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Iran will make proposals to calm its nuclear row with the West on Monday, just hours before the United States and its European allies try to persuade Russia and China to back tough diplomatic action against it.

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Bush says sees risk of Iranian nuclear blackmail

MANHATTAN, Kansas (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush said on Monday he was concerned a future nuclear-armed Iran could blackmail the world.

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Iran calls for more nuclear talks, rejects threats

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Mixing defiance with diplomacy, Iran said on Monday it did not fear Western threats over its nuclear programme and vowed to pursue uranium enrichment if taken to the U.N. Security Council for possible sanctions.

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Iran calls for more nuclear talks, rejects threats

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Mixing defiance with diplomacy, Iran said on Monday it did not fear Western threats over its nuclear programme and vowed to pursue uranium enrichment if taken to the U.N. Security Council for possible sanctions.

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Iran calls for more nuclear talks, rejects threats

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Mixing defiance with diplomacy, Iran said on Monday it did not fear Western threats over its nuclear programme and vowed to pursue uranium enrichment if taken to the U.N. Security Council for possible sanctions.

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IAEA, rebuffing West, rules out early Iran report

VIENNA (Reuters) - The International Atomic Energy Agency chief ruled out advancing a wide-ranging report on Iran's disputed nuclear work in time for a Feb. 2 IAEA crisis meeting, dealing a setback to U.S.-EU efforts to crack down on Tehran.

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Iran calls for more nuclear talks, rejects threats

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Mixing defiance with diplomacy, Iran said on Monday it did not fear Western threats over its nuclear programme and vowed to pursue uranium enrichment if taken to the U.N. Security Council for possible sanctions.