A look at Iran nuclear sites from mine to reactor
In this photo released by an official website of the Iranian supreme leader's office on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei waves to members of the paramilitary Basij force at the Imam Khomeini Grand Mosque in Tehran, Iran. Khamenei says pressure from economic sanctions will never force the country into unwelcome concessions as nuclear negotiators resumed talks with world powers. Khamenei also blasted U.S. government policies, including threats of military action, but said Iran has "no animosity'" toward the American people and seeks "friendly" relations. (AP Photo/Office of the Supreme Leader)
Posted: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 12:00 am
Nuclear talks resume Wednesday between Iran and world powers after the last round stalled over issues that include Iran's planned heavy water reactor and the levels of uranium enrichment. Iran later agreed to provide U.N. nuclear inspectors with greater information and access, but it's uncertain whether the concessions will be enough to push envoys in Geneva closer to a deal. Iran seeks a rollback in U.S.-led economic sanctions, while the West is pressing it to curb its uranium enrichment - the process to make nuclear fuel. In the past decade, Iran's nuclear program has advanced on many fronts and more facilities are planned.
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