World powers reach agreement on Iran incentives

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
June 1, 2006 22:05

 
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Six world powers meeting to discuss the crisis over Iran's nuclear program have reached an agreement on a package of incentives and penalties to be presented to Teheran, diplomats told The Associated Press Thursday. The diplomats were speaking on the sidelines of a meeting between officials from France, Britain, Germany, the United States, Russia and China. They requested anonymity because they were not authorized to make a public announcement.

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