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Iran Agrees to Halt Uranium Enrichment

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Iran Agrees to Halt Uranium Enrichment

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Iran Agrees to Halt Uranium Enrichment

Iran Agrees to Halt Uranium Enrichment

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In an accord with Europeans, Iran agrees to stop enriching uranium. Matthew Bunn, an arms control expert at Harvard, says the threat of sanctions along with a security and economic package are good incentives to help convince Iran to stop pursuing its nuclear weapons program. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and Bunn.

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