Iran backs down on centrifuges, putting nuclear accord back on track

[JURIST] Iran has given up its demand to retain 20 uranium enrichment centrifuges, a move that had threatened to derail a draft nuclear disarmament put forward at the UN by the UK, Germany and France. Iran sent a letter to the International Atomic Energy Agency Sunday, meeting a Monday deadline for a total halt to the nation's nuclear activities. AP has more.

 

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