IAEA board meeting to focus on Iran's nuclear work, suspicions over Syria

The International Atomic Energy Agency is meeting in Vienna to examine Iran's nuclear defiance and suspicions that Syria secretly might have tried to build a nuclear reactor. The five-day meeting starting Monday brings together the UN nuclear agency's 35 board member nations. It is expected to be dominated by debate over Iran's refusal to freeze uranium enrichment and allegations that Tehran tried to make atomic arms. Attempts by IAEA inspectors to visit Syria also will be discussed.