Iran rejects demand that it ship out its processed uranium before talks

It's becoming obvious that there is going to be precious little to talk about with Iran by the time negotiations start over its nuclear program. That's because they've ruled out even discussing the halt of uranium enrichment - a condition Israel demands be met - and now they see no need to ship out their processed nuclear material prior to talks, despite this being a long standing US condition. Gee - it's like they want to fool us into thinking they're reasonable, or something. Reuters: Iran on Sunday rejected the West's demand to send sensitive nuclear material out of the country but signaled flexibility on other aspects of its atomic activities that worry world powers, ahead of renewed negotiations this week. Talks about Iran's nuclear programme, due to start in Geneva on Tuesday, will be the first since the election of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who has tried to improve relations with the West to pave a way for lifting economic sanctions. Rouhani's election...(Read Full Post)