Bush ready to draw on Iran

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According to press reports, Washington is planning strikes on nuclear sites.

The United States are considering restrictions on imports of pistachios and carpets if Iran does not abandon its nuclear program. John Bolton, the ambassador of the United States to the United Nations, was stirred threatened Thursday to reporters. Unofficially, other options are being examined, military few. It is reported that a long article by investigative journalist Seymour Hersh in the New Yorker. He asserts that the Bush administration, "while publicly advocating diplomacy to stop Iran's quest for nuclear weapons," has "stepped up plans for possible air attack." Famous for his work during the Vietnam War and its revelations about Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, Hersh is criticized by some for his hostility to Bush. Yet Article is supported by an investigation by the Washington Post published yesterday and based, like him, on members' current and former "Pentagon and CIA.


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