IAEA report not expected to shed new light on Iran's nuclear program

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May 26, 2008 15:56

The International Atomic Energy Agency is putting finishing touches on an Iran report that diplomats say is unlikely to shed much more light on Teheran's nuclear program. The confidential report is to be released to the IAEA's 35-nation board later Monday. Diplomats with knowledge of the agency's investigation into Iran's nuclear activities told the AP recently that it will reflect little progress in trying to follow up on Teheran's alleged attempts to make the atomic bomb. They said it will also note that Iran still defies U.N. Security Council demands that it freeze uranium enrichment. The diplomats divulged their confidential information in exchange for anonymity.


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