IAEA team is set to arrive in Tehran

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February 19, 2012 19:23

 
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An IAEA team is scheduled to arrive in Tehran for further inspections on Monday, Army Radio reported.

The team hopes to prevent a further deterioration in relations between Iran and the West.



The inspections follow recent Iranian announcements of advances in their nuclear capabilities and increasingly tough Western sanctions on its banks and oil industry.

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