World powers will urge Iran on Friday to accept their offer to ease some economic sanctions if Tehran stops its most sensitive nuclear work, in talks aimed at calming tensions that threaten to boil over into war.
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The US warned Iran on Wednesday that it faces further international isolation if it fails to address UN nuclear watchdog concerns about its atomic activities.
The European Union also used a board meeting of the U.N.'s Internat
Iran was warned of crippling sanctions by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton if it did not end its nuclear program after Tehran offered talks with major powers.
Clinton told US lawmakers she was under no illusions about the difficulty