Iran defiant ahead of nuclear talks

Friday, 05 April 2013 - 17:18


Iran has again strongly defended its controversial nuclear programme ahead of a new round of talks with world powers in Kazakhstan.


Chief negotiator Saeed Jalili said the global community must accept Tehran's right to enrich uranium.


International powers suspect Iran is seeking to develop nuclear weapons - a charge Tehran denies.


Iran insists its purposes are purely civilian, asserting it needs enriched uranium to make medical isotopes.

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