The issue of Iran and its nuclear ambitions is once again taking center stage. In a TV interview, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said his country is ready to honor a deal designed to curb its nuclear program.
The agreement would require Iran to send its uranium abroad, where it could be processed for civilian — not military — use.
But several countries involved in the negotiations, including the U.S., are expressing skepticism about Iran’s offer.
Meanwhile, today Iran launched yet another rocket into space, raising concerns about technology that could deliver an atomic weapon.
Nazanine Moshiri of Al Jazeera English has more from Iran.
Can Iran be trusted to be honest about its nuclear program?
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