Iran asks IAEA to remove senior inspector

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July 9, 2006 15:36

Iran has asked the International Atomic Energy Agency to remove a senior inspector from his post as the head of the expert team investigating Tehran's nuclear program, UN officials said Sunday. The inspector, Chris Charlier, has not been back to Iran since April because of Iranian displeasure with his work, the officials said. However, Charlier remains the head of the team, they said, speaking on condition of anonymity in exchange for discussing the confidential issue.


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