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US hopes Iran will 'engage' after Europeans drop nuclear censure

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The United States says it hopes Iran will come forward for diplomacy after European allies dropped a plan to censure Tehran at the UN nuclear watchdog. "We will look forward with strong interest for Iran's willingness to engage in a way that leads to credible, concrete progress," State Department spokesman Ned Price tells reporters. SOUNDBITE

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