The Chicago Tribune, 10 June 2010
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10 juin 2010
"UNITED NATIONS (AP) The United States and its allies won approval for the toughest U.N. sanctions against Iran
for refusing to negotiate on its suspect nuclear program but they're not the "crippling" penalties U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton vowed to pursue a year ago if U.S. attempts to engage Iran diplomatically failed.
"The big question now is whether the new sanctions will somehow persuade the Iranians to suspend their fast-expanding uranium enrichment program and sit down at the negotiating table with the U.S., China
and other major powers who have offered a package of incentives if they do."