Straw: Military move not possible against Iran

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January 13, 2006 11:08

 
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British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said Friday that Iran could face UN Security Council sanctions for resuming its nuclear activities, but that military action is not being considered. In an interview with British Broadcasting Corp. radio, Straw said, "Obviously, if Iran failed to comply, the Security Council would then consider sanctions." Asked about the possibility of an attack on Iran, he said, "No one is talking about invading Iran or taking military action against Iran."



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