Chief U.N. nuclear inspector urged end to Iran's atomic program confrontation

The chief U.N. nuclear inspector on Monday urged an end to confrontation over Iran's atomic program and suggested talks over differences should take precedence over U.S. and European threats to send Tehran to the U.N. Security Council.

But the Western push for referral appeared back on track. Diplomats said U.S. and European officials at a key meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency had resumed work on a draft resolution calling for Security Council involvement, to be voted on later this week by the agency's 35-nation governing board, the AP reports.

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