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U.S. Envoy Khalilzad On Iran's Nuclear Stance

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U.S. Envoy Khalilzad On Iran's Nuclear Stance

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U.S. Envoy Khalilzad On Iran's Nuclear Stance

U.S. Envoy Khalilzad On Iran's Nuclear Stance

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Iran's president told the United Nations General Assembly that his nation will follow its own path on nuclear power. That gives the U.S. and its allies an opening to discuss tougher sanctions against Iran. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, the U.S. representative at the U.N., speaks with Renee Montagne.

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