I can honestly say that I don't trust either of these news sources. In one corner, we have the Associated Press
pushing a confidential report which they probably have no right to be viewing (if in fact they truly are). They've proven time and again that their accuracy is less than stellar.
In the other corner we have the Mullah's Mouthpiece of propaganda (Tehran Times) right from the belly of the proverbial beast in Iran.
The news from each is diametrically opposed. Heads or Tails?
Or this one?
DAVOS, Switzerland -- A confidential summary of talks between key European powers and Iran made available to The Associated Press on Tuesday shows there has been no progress in getting Iran to scrap nuclear enrichment -- even though Tehran acknowledged it does not need nuclear energy.
BRUSSELS (IRNA) -- EU High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy Javier Solana praised Iran's decision to suspend uranium enrichment as a "positive step" and underlined the European bloc's desire to boost relations with the Islamic Republic.