IAEA: Iran's higher-grade uranium stockpile falls after nuclear deal

By REUTERS
February 20, 2014 17:38

 
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VIENNA - Iran's higher-grade uranium stockpile has declined significantly for the first time in four years after it stopped the enrichment activity under a landmark nuclear agreement with world powers, a UN atomic agency report showed on Thursday.

The report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) also indicated that Iran was meeting its commitments under the Nov. 24 agreement with the powers to curb its most sensitive atomic activity in exchange for some sanctions easing.

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