Bolton: No doubt left about Iran's intentions

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August 31, 2006 21:18

 
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Iran has left no doubt that it intends to seek nuclear weapons now that it has violated a Security Council deadline to suspend uranium enrichment, US Ambassador John Bolton said Thursday. Bolton said Security Council unanymity was not needed before taking action against Iran over its nuclear program. Iran's refusal to cooperate fully with the IAEA and its continued development of nuclear technology makes clear that it is seeking a nuclear bomb, Bolton told reporters. "There's simply no explanation for the range of Iranian behavior which we've seen over the years other than that they're pursuing a weapons capability," Bolton said.

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