Iran urges patience on incentives package

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.