Ahmadinejad: 'Too late' to stop nuke program

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June 5, 2007 12:29

 
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President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Tuesday it was "too late" to stop Iran's nuclear program and urged the West and the United States to abandon their "arrogant policies" of setting conditions. Despite pressure, Iran has only become stronger, Ahmadinejad said at a press conference, while also appearing to dismiss ambitions of using the controversial nuclear program for weapons making. "What is atomic bomb good for? Thoughts can't be changed by nuclear bomb. Today is the day of thought and logic."

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