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August 20, 2009
Iran allows U.N. inspectors to visit nuclear reactor

The Associated Press reported Thursday that there may be important developments in the standoff between Iran and the international community over the Iranian nuclear program.

Diplomats in Vienna said that U.N. inspectors were allowed last week to visit Iran’s new, nearly-completed nuclear reactor. Inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency were also allowed to expand their monitoring at another Iranian uranium enrichment site.

Charles Ferguson, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and an expert on nuclear non-proliferation, joins Martin Savidge to discuss what these developments might mean.




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It is a good action from Iran and highly hope that there will not be started WWIII.
About elections in Iran and in the USA:

In Iran was a hidden fraud in election, but in the USA is worse, year after year, for many years: open bribery, corruption and the media and political prostitutions in elections. Candidates for the public offices, including for president open accepting money, paid the media and the media talks about who paid it. The media blocked elections of who do not pay, as me: didn’t invite me on Debates of Candidates for US Senator. Nation for sale and it is NOT a democracy when the media is making Presidents and US Senators.
All nations must know what is going on in the USA in elections buying process. The media in the USA under leadership of Associated Press is a public enemy, a cancer of our society and destoys our democracy.

Pavel Goberman – Candidate for US Senator P.O. Box 1664, Beaverton, OR 97075 USA

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