Iran's top leaders have agreed to answer all remaining questions about their country's past nuclear activities within four weeks in talks with the UN's chief nuclear inspector, his spokeswoman said Sunday.
Melissa Fleming, spokeswoman for International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei, also said that ElBaradei was given new information on Iran's "new generation of centrifuges". That issue is a top priority for the agency as it tries to establish whether Teheran has ever tried to make nuclear weapons.
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