Iran Nuclear NewsAll options open on Iran: Bush

All options open on Iran: Bush

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ImageAFP: US President George W. Bush warned Monday that he had not ruled out the use of force to end Iran's suspect nuclear program, but said that he hoped to end the crisis diplomatically.

ImageLONDON (AFP) — US President George W. Bush warned Monday that he had not ruled out the use of force to end Iran's suspect nuclear program, but said that he hoped to end the crisis diplomatically.

"Now's the time to work together to get it done," Bush said after talks here with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. "All options are on the table, however."

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