IAEA chief: Syria to allow inspectors to probe alleged nuclear program

The chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency says Syria has agreed to let his inspectors into the country this month to probe allegations of illegal nuclear activity. IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei said Monday his experts will visit between June 22 and 24. The visit is meant to investigate a site that IAF warplanes destroyed in September. The US says the strike was on a plutonium-producing reactor that was being built secretly and with North Korean help.