Iran, IAEA start talks on weapons-grade uranium found at university

December 10, 2007 20:02


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Iranian and UN nuclear officials began a new round of talks here on Monday, this time to probe the source of weapons-grade uranium that was found at Teheran's university, the official IRNA news agency reported. It was not clear from the report how or when the weapons-grade uranium was discovered at the Technology faculty of the state university. The meeting between the International Atomic Energy Agency delegation and its Iranian hosts comes in the wake of a surprising US intelligence report last week that concluded Iran had stopped its nuclear weapons program in late 2003 and had not resumed it since.

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