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Diplomats: New Data Suggests Secret Iran Atomic Plan

New intelligence on Iran has fueled suspicions the Islamic Republic has a secret uranium- enrichment program, possibly aimed at producing fuel for an atom bomb program, Western diplomats say. The U.N.’s nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), has been investigating Iran’s atomic program ever since an exiled opposition group reported in August 2002 that Tehran was hiding a massive enrichment plant at Natanz. Under fire over U.S. suspicions that its nuclear power program is a front for building atomic weapons — a charge Iran denies — Tehran agreed last year to submit to tougher IAEA inspections and suspend all enrichment-related activities. Full Story

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