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Iran / Nuclear Showdown #903810

FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 22, 2006
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(Studio: Jane Skinner) Report introduced.

(Washington: James Rosen) Iranian nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani††’s statement that Iran is ready for “serious negotiations” over the incentives package offered to Iran to stop its uranium enrichment program examined; details given on a possible U.N. Security Council resolution with sanctions against Iran; Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns’ interview on NPR’s “Talk of the Nation with Neil Conan” quoted on screen.

(Studio: Jane Skinner) Report introduced.

(U.N.: David Lee Miller) The U.N. diplomats’ response to the Iranian statement reviewed; details given on possible actions if Iran does not comply with the U.N. deadline. [US ambassador to the U.N. John BOLTON†- says if Iran does not give up its pursuit of nuclear weapons then the US will increase efforts to obtain economic sanctions.]

Reporter(s):
Skinner, Jane;
Rosen, James;
Miller, David Lee
Duration:
00:03:50

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