Obama: Iran must show transparency

Obama in Iran inspection demand

BBC: US President Barack Obama says Iran must give UN inspectors "unfettered access" to its second uranium enrichment facility within two weeks. Speaking after multi-party talks with Iran in Geneva, Mr Obama said that US patience was "not unlimited". "Iran must take concrete steps to build confidence that its nuclear programme will serve peaceful purposes," he said. Tehran revealed last week that it was developing an enrichment site near the city of Qom.


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Mr. president. What about the wounds of Iranian people?