EU nations won't support military action against Iran, want to keep talking

European Union foreign ministers said they would not support a military strike on Iran, but want more talks to try to resolve worries Teheran might be developing nuclear weapons. British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said it was up to Iran to respond to global powers and EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana after talks in Geneva on Saturday. He said Britain and others involved in the negotiations with Iran were "100 percent focused on a diplomatic resolution" to the Iranian issue. EU foreign ministers meeting on Tuesday discussed with Solana the Saturday meeting, which made little progress in resolving the standoff.