Iran calls nuke talks with UN watchdog 'positive'

Iran's official news agency reports that a senior nuclear official has called the latest talks with an envoy from the UN nuclear watchdog agency "positive." Olli Heinonen, of the International Atomic Energy Agency, arrived in Teheran Monday for three days of talks on Iran's nuclear program. Thursday's report from IRNA quotes nuclear official Mohammad Saeedi as saying the talks with Heinonen took place in a "constructive atmosphere." IRNA did not say whether they discussed Iran's response to an incentives package offered by six world powers in exchange for Teheran curbing uranium enrichment.