Ahmadinjead: IAEA is leaking information to US

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
November 11, 2010 12:02

 
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Iran's president has accused the UN nuclear watchdog of leaking information to the US and says that's the reason Tehran refuses to allow international inspectors unannounced access to the country's nuclear facilities.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has made similar allegations against the International Atomic Energy Agency in the past. But his comments Thursday come ahead of expected talks with world powers in the coming weeks over Iran's disputed nuclear program.

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