Iran said Sunday it was seriously considering incentives to halt its nuclear program and that the United States and other nations should be patient about getting a response.
Meanwhile, Tehran's top nuclear negotiator suggested that Turkey could be a "good bridge" to resolve differences between Iran and the West.
But Iran's oil minister warned again that his petroleum-rich country could disrupt the world's supply if the standoff led to open conflict, which would drive oil prices above $100 per barrel.
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