Bush may consider using incentives to disarm Iran

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May 26, 2006 06:18

 
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US President George W. Bush on Thursday would not reveal his thinking on a possible package of incentives to draw Iran back to negotiations over its suspected nuclear-weapons program, but said it would be considered. "Of course, we'll look at all options. But it's their choice right now - they're the ones who walked away from the table," Bush said. "I think we ought to be continuing to work on ways to make it clear to them that they will be isolated."

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