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Tehrān : Iran | almost 2 years ago
Another alarm bell has rung for world powers, including the United States and Israel. Iranian Labor News Agency (ILNA) reported on Saturday that Iran and North Korea had signed an...
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P8 Jalili opening speech at Iran nuclear summit (8)

News Iran's Ahmadinejad Says Nuclear Summit 'Humiliating' Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad has condemned a nuclear security summit that opens in Washington today as humiliating to humanity. US President Barack Obama is hosting the summit, which is focused on preventing nuclear terrorism but where world leaders are also set to discuss his push for new sanctions against Iran's nuclear program. Iran's official IRNA news agency quoted Ahmadinejad as telling delegates at a domestic tourism industry event, "world summits being organized these days are intended to humiliate human beings." Presidents, prime ministers, and other leaders from 47 countries will attend the summit. Iran and North Korea were not invited to the conference. Russia Against Oil Sanctions Meanwhile, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has warned that energy sanctions on Iran -- the kind said to be most favored by US lawmakers -- could lead to a "humanitarian catastrophe." The Russian president said Iran's nuclear program should be watched, but the proposed UN sanctions should not, as he said, make the "whole Iranian community start to hate the whole world." Many Western countries fear Iran's nuclear program is being used to develop a bomb. Tehran says the program is peaceful. Medvedev told the television news agency ABC today that sanctions should not target Iran's oil trade and "should not cause suffering." Russia has voiced support for the US-led effort to toughen UN sanctions on Iran, and Medvedev is <b>...</b>
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