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UNITED NATIONS (CNN) -- The U.N. Security Council formally received notification Tuesday about Iran and its nuclear program from the International Atomic Energy Agency, opening the door toward potential sanctions against Tehran.
The dispute centers on whether Iran wants nuclear capability for energy or arms.
Iran insists it has only peaceful nuclear ambitions but France, Germany, the United Kingdom and United States have expressed concern that Iran's nuclear activities could be aimed at acquiring a nuclear weapon.
Tuesday's letter from IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei to John Bolton, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and the current Security Council president, comes after the nuclear watchdog's weekend vote in favor of reporting Iran to the council.
I really can't see any military action on the horizon....[/quote[
Oh no? When the world says its not going to let Iran have nukes, I think they mean it. Especially when Isreal says it. There is no way Iran is ever going to give up their program without use of force. War maybe a year down the road, but its coming.