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October 19, 2009
As nuclear talks begin, suicide bomber strikes in Iran

Today in Vienna, delegates from Iran, the U.S., Russia and France met to flesh out a deal under which Iran would send its enriched uranium to Russia and France to be processed for medical uses.

Joseph Cirincione, the president of Ploughshares Fund and an expert on nuclear weapons policy, speaks with  Dalijt Dhaliwal about the probability of Iran backing way from a deal to send enriched uranium abroad, the likelihood of a military strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities and whether Iran will curb its nuclear ambitions.

As nuclear talks began today, a suicide bomber struck in Tehran. Al Jazeera English’s Nazanine Moshiri reports on the aftermath of the suicide bombing.

For more, view our Voices of Iran extended coverage page and listen to our online radio show on Baha’i faith and modern Iran.

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It’s good to see Iran’s Revolutionary Guard get a bit of its own medicine. Those who export terror have to expect to get some on the rebound.

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