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Iran Fails to Answer All UN Nuke Questions

The U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Tuesday Iran had not answered some outstanding questions about its nuclear program, despite what Tehran called a full disclosure last year, and urged Iran to cooperate more. The International Atomic Energy Agency said in a report Iran had been “actively cooperating” but it had called on Tehran to “intensify its cooperation.” The unanswered questions included why Iran did not declare designs for advanced “P2” enrichment centrifuges and why traces of both highly enriched and low-enriched uranium had been found at two sites in Iran. Centrifuges are used to enrich uranium for use in weapons or to make nuclear fuel for power plants. “Until this matter is satisfactorily resolved, it will be very difficult for the agency to confirm that there has not been any undeclared nuclear material or activities,” the report said. Full Story

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