BRUSSELS - European Union foreign ministers spoke out in favor of tougher sanctions against Iran on Monday, but ruled out any military action for now.
Several EU ministers spoke ahead of a meeting a week after publication of an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report that said Tehran had worked on designing a nuclear bomb - a charge it denies.
The United States and Israel have refused to rule out any option to stop Iran acquiring a nuclear arsenal.
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