The United States signaled on Thursday its patience with Iran was wearing thin, saying Tehran was rapidly approaching a December deadline to accept a U.N.-brokered nuclear deal with Western powers.
Adding to the growing international pressure on Iran over its nuclear program, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said “our patience is being sorely tested” and that fresh sanctions must be considered if Iran continued to rebuff the U.N. proposal.
The warnings from Washington and Berlin came in a week in which Tehran announced plans to build 10 uranium enrichment plants in a major expansion of its atomic program and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said he saw no further need for talks with the West. Source: Reuters
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