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Top Intel Analyst Warns About Nuclear Iran

The head of the advisory National Intelligence Council says he is not optimistic the United States and its allies can change Iran’s intention of building a nuclear capacity. “I am somewhat more optimistic — somewhat, I emphasize — that we can, through diplomacy and a combination of pressure and inducements, keep them on track,” council Chairman Robert Hutchings said in an interview Monday, his last day on the job. Senior U.S. officials suspect that Iran is continuing work on a covert program to enrich uranium for nuclear weapons. Iran maintains its nuclear program is for peaceful, energy-generation purposes only. Full Story

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