Clinton warns Iran
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sent a warining to Tehran on Sunday saying that the world "will not wait indefinitely" for it to meet its obligations on its nuclear plans. "The international community will not wait indefinitely for evidence that Iran is prepared to live up to its international obligations," Clinton said after talks in London with Foreign Secretary David Miliband.
Clinton said the six-party talks on Iran's nuclear plan in Geneva on October 1 were a "constructive beginning" but she conveyed they "must be followed by action".
"Words are not enough," she added.