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Iran Expects to Be Acquitted in Next UN Nuclear Report

Iran said Wednesday it has cleared up all major outstanding ambiguities over its nuclear program to reassure the world it was not trying to make an atomic bomb, but diplomats at the U.N. disagreed. Washington has accused Iran of secretly developing a nuclear weapons program under cover of a civilian atomic energy program. Iran says its ambitions are limited to the peaceful generation of electricity. A senior Iranian official said the International Atomic Energy Agency, the U.N. nuclear watchdog, would give Iran’s nuclear program a clean bill of health in its next report, due to be circulated in the coming days among the members of the agency’s board of governors.Full Story

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