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Wednesday, August 10, 2005 

Iran takes a page out of North Korea's play book

Today: August 10, 2005 at 14:0:41 PDT
"With United Nations inspectors watching, Iranian officials removed U.N. seals that had been placed voluntarily on equipment at the facility eight months ago when Tehran agreed to freeze most of its nuclear program. [...] Iran has rejected European proposals to limit its program in return for economic incentives and shrugged off threats of U.N. sanctions."

Well well well, maybe they arn't as serious about talks as we thought... wait, I've seen this one before, but I dont want to be a spoiler.