Iran Says It Won't Suspend Enrichment Program Multilateral talks aimed at curbing Iran's uranium enrichment program began Saturday in Geneva. But any hope that the Bush administration's decision to send a high-ranking envoy to the talks will change Iran's position faded when an Iranian official said Iran would not stop enriching uranium.
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Iran Says It Won't Suspend Enrichment Program

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Iran Says It Won't Suspend Enrichment Program

Iran Says It Won't Suspend Enrichment Program

Iran Says It Won't Suspend Enrichment Program

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Multilateral talks aimed at curbing Iran's uranium enrichment program began Saturday in Geneva.

The Bush administration's decision to send its third highest-ranking diplomat, William Burns, to the talks suggests that the U.S. is easing its stance on Iraq. But any hope that Burns' presence will change Iran's position faded Saturday, when an Iranian official said Iran would not stop enriching uranium.

Scott Simon discusses the latest developments with NPR Correspondent Mike Shuster.