Report: IAEA won't release Iran nuclear report to public

November 8, 2011 19:08

The International Atomic Energy Agency will not release a report on Iran's nuclear program to the public, an official from the United Nations nuclear watchdog told Israel Radio on Tuesday.

The IAEA will release its findings - expected to include extensive intelligence on Tehran's nuclear capabilities - to member states of the agency, as well as members of the UN Security Council. The source added that the report will be released either Tuesday night or on Wednesday.

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