UN nuke agency worried over Syria's refusal to allow probe

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
September 6, 2010 23:11

 
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The UN atomic agency expressed concerns Monday about Syria's refusal allow the IAEA to probe US assertions that a facility destroyed three years ago by Israeli warplanes was a secretly built reactor meant to produce plutonium.

"After two years of investigations constrained by Syria's lack of cooperation, it is critical that Syria positively engage with the Agency ... without further delay," said that report.

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