U.N. Set to Debate New Sanctions on Iran The U.N. Security Council is pondering more sanctions on Iran, which has declined to halt its nuclear-enrichment programs. But Russia's help with an Iranian nuclear power plant is definitely on hold. Moscow says Iran is behind on its payments.
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U.N. Set to Debate New Sanctions on Iran

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U.N. Set to Debate New Sanctions on Iran

U.N. Set to Debate New Sanctions on Iran

U.N. Set to Debate New Sanctions on Iran

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The U.N. Security Council is pondering more sanctions on Iran, which has declined to halt its nuclear-enrichment programs. But Russia's help with an Iranian nuclear power plant is definitely on hold. Moscow says Iran is behind on its payments. Mark Fitzpatrick, director of the Non-Proliferation Program at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London, discusses developments on the Iranian nuclear front with Renee Montagne.