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Russian UN Ambassador Vitaly Churkin (file photo) (official site)
November 8, 2006 -- Six major world powers are still deadlocked after holding another round of talks on a draft United Nations resolution aimed at curbing Iran's nuclear ambitions.
Envoys from Britain, China, France, Russia, the United States, and Germany met at the UN to discuss a European draft, as well as amendments offered by Moscow and Washington.
Russian UN Ambassador Vitaly Churkin said there is still a "considerable gap" separating the parties.
Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said today that Iran would continue along what he called the "glorious path" of its nuclear program.
Khamenei said most of world's countries had praised Iran for its nuclear stance.
(IRNA, AFP, dpa)