IAEA: 'Outrageous' inaccuracies in US Iran report

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
September 14, 2006 15:40

 
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A recent US House of Representatives committee report on Iran's nuclear capability is "outrageous and dishonest" in trying to make a case that Teheran's program is geared toward making weapons, a senior official of the International Atomic Energy Agency has said. The letter, obtained by The Associated Press on Thursday outside a 35-nation IAEA board meeting, says the report is false in saying Iran is making weapons-grade uranium at an experimental enrichment site, when it has in fact produced material only in small quantities that is far below the level that can be used in nuclear arms.

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