White House 'troubled' by latest IAEA Iran report

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September 6, 2010 21:59

 
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The White House called the UN nuclear watchdog's latest report on Iran "troubling" and said it showed Teheran was still trying to develop a nuclear weapons capability, Reuters reported Monday.

"The IAEA's latest report on Iran again demonstrates that Iran is refusing to comply with its international nuclear obligations, and continues its effort to expand its nuclear program and move closer to a nuclear weapons capability," White House spokesman Tommy Vietor said, according to the report.

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