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Iran voices: The nuclear crisis

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (C) visits the Natanz uranium enrichment facilities in 2006
Mr Ahmadinejad says Iran has an "undeniable" right to nuclear power

Iran is holding crucial talks with the five UN Security Council members plus Germany on its nuclear programme. The talks follow the disclosure by Iran of a second plant for enriching uranium.

Here, Iranians discuss their country's nuclear programme and the international stand-off over the issue.


Mustafa

Mustafa, administrator, Tehran


Hesam, sales manager, Tehran


Amir

Amir, project manager, Cincinnati, USA


Haroot, translator, Tehran


Ali, student, London


Behnoud, studio manager, Tehran



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