VIENNA, - Iran may be holding back from working with a United Nations
investigation into its nuclear program to use it as a bargaining chip
in pursuit of significant sanctions relief or other concessions in
broader negotiations with world powers.
That could explain why UN
nuclear inspectors once again returned empty-handed after talks last
week in Tehran, where they tried to overcome obstacles to a long-stalled
inquiry into suspected atomic bomb research by Iran.
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