By DAVID STRINGER, Associated Press Writer
LONDON – A top American diplomat pressed for harsher U.N.for its nuclear program on Friday, while Iran’s former president said talks with the U.N. atomic watchdog were progressing and warned against threatening his country.
U.S. Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns was meeting diplomats from the four other permanent Security Council members andto rally support for a tougher track with Iran, which has a deadline next month to fully disclose details of its nuclear program.
British Prime Ministerand support new sanctions if Iran continues to refuse to suspend uranium enrichment, though fellow permanent members and remain skeptical.
The U.S. and allies accuse Iran of using a civilian power program as cover to develop ….