Livni: No doubt Iran is still developing nuclear arms

Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni said Friday she has no doubt Iran is still pursuing nuclear arms. In Brussels on Friday for a meeting with NATO officials, Livni said Iran was close to crossing a technological threshold that will allow it to produce nuclear weapons without help from outside sources. "The time to reach a decision is near," she said, according to reports. Livni is in Europe to rally leaders there to keep up pressure on Iran despite the release earlier this week of a National Intelligence Estimate by the United States that found Iran halted its nuclear program in 2003. Israel says Iran is still working toward acquiring atomic weapons.