Iran Agrees to Nuke Talks

It’s time to sit down at the table, Iran’s foreign minister said Wednesday. With the international community concerned about the Islamic Republic’s nuclear ambitions, Iranian officials said that the country will reopen talks about its program April 13. Turkey has agreed to host the talks, Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said, and indicated that the meeting could include the United States, Russia, France, Germany, Britain, and China. The last time Iran met with these countries was in January 2011, and the summit was derailed by squabbles over the agenda.