Iran, IAEA resume nuclear talks in Tehran

By REUTERS
February 8, 2014 11:33

 
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DUBAI - Iran resumed talks on its nuclear program with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Saturday, the official IRNA news agency said, in discussions expected to broach sensitive military-related issues.

The UN atomic agency hopes to persuade Iran to finally start addressing long-held suspicions that it may have researched how to build atomic bombs.

Tehran has rejected the accusations of westernization-related work as baseless and said it will cooperate with the IAEA to clear up any "ambiguities".

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