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Iran to resume nuclear program in two days

[JURIST] Iran announced on Monday that it would resume uranium enrichment, effectively ending recent negotiations with the European Union [JURIST report]. The International Atomic Energy Agency [official website] had urged Iran to continue with the negotiation process [press release], but Iran's only concession was a two-day delay [AP report] in restarting the program to allow inspectors to observe the dismantling of UN seals at the country's nuclear facility. Iran insists that its nuclear program is for energy and not weapons. Reuters has more.

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