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UN nuclear chief sees progress in Iran

Iran’s declaration to the International Atomic Energy Agency about its controversial nuclear program looks to be comprehensive, the head of the U.N. agency says. The IAEA’s governing board had set an October 31 deadline for Iran to come clean about the program, which Washington alleges is a front for building an atomic bomb. Iran gave the IAEA a declaration on October 23 about the program, which Tehran insists is peaceful. “I think we are making good progress. Iran has submitted what (it) assured me to be a comprehensive and accurate declaration,” IAEA head Mohamed ElBaradei told reporters in Ottawa. Full Story

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