Most surveillance cameras moved from Iranian sites

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February 11, 2006 23:59

 
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Inspectors of the UN nuclear watchdog agency have stripped most surveillance cameras and agency seals from Iranian nuclear sites and equipment as demanded by Tehran in response to referral to the UN Security Council, diplomats said Saturday. The diplomats, who demanded anonymity in exchange for revealing the confidential developments, said the move left the International Atomic Energy Agency with only the most basic means to monitor Iran's nuclear activities.

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