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December 10, 2009
IN THIS ISSUE
  • U.S. Envoy: No Commitment by N. Korea on Future Talks
    The Washington Post
  • Iran Tries to Reassure IAEA over New Uranium Units
    Agence France-Presse
  • World Powers Could Hold Iran Meeting Next Week
    Associated Press
  • Accepting Peace Prize, Obama Evokes 'Just War'
    The New York Times
  • Turkey Abandons Nuclear Bid
    World Nuclear News
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U.S. Envoy: No Commitment by N. Korea on Future Talks

Blaine Harden, The Washington Post
BosworthPresident Obama's envoy to North Korea said Thursday that his journey to Pyongyang produced no commitment that the North would return to international talks aimed at ridding the country of nuclear weapons.

But Stephen Bosworth, after a three-day visit that marked the first high-level contact between the Obama administration and the government of leader Kim Jong Il, said his conversations had established a "common understanding" of the need for negotiations.
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Iran Tries to Reassure IAEA over New Uranium Units

Aresu Eqbali, Agence France-Presse
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Wednesday that Iran's plan to build 10 new uranium enrichment plants was not aimed at confronting the UN atomic watchdog, which censured Tehran last month, the state television website reported.
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World Powers Could Hold Iran Meeting Next Week

Slobodan Lekic and Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press
World powers trying to end a standoff over Iran's nuclear program are weighing whether to meet next week to discuss tougher measures, a European Union official said Thursday as Russia reiterated its reluctance to agree to new sanctions.
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Accepting Peace Prize, Obama Evokes 'Just War'

Jeff Zeleny, The New York Times
President Obama, accepting the Nobel Peace Prize here on Thursday, acknowledged the age-old tensions between war and peace but argued that his recent decision to escalate the conflict in Afghanistan was justified to protect the world from terrorism and extremism.
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Turkey Abandons Nuclear Bid

World Nuclear News
Authorities have officially ended the latest effort to introduce nuclear power in Turkey. A notice on the Turkish Electricity Trading Company's website said the tender for new reactors had been cancelled.
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