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Iran says it will stop enriching uranium

US officials still wary of nuclear development

By Farah Stockman and Brian Whitmore
Globe Staff And Globe Correspondent / November 15, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Iran pledged yesterday to temporarily suspend its uranium enrichment program in an attempt to ease suspicions that it is trying to develop nuclear weapons. The move could defuse a longstanding showdown with the United States over Iran's nuclear activities, diplomats said. (Full article: 883 words)

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