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Iran's Nuclear Freeze

Sunday’s announcement by Iran that it would suspend its program to enrich uranium might generate more enthusiasm if such promises hadn’t come to seem like a meaningless annual ritual. Iran made the same announcement in October 2003, but evidence shows that it continued other efforts to develop nuclear weapons. On Monday, the U.N.’s International Atomic Energy Agency said that, as best as it could determine, Tehran had not diverted nuclear materials to a weapons program. But the agency said it couldn’t rule out the possibility of diversions evading its notice. Full Story

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