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IAEA finds traces of plutonium in Iran

New traces of plutonium and enriched uranium — potential material for atomic warheads — have been found in a nuclear waste facility in Iran, a revelation that came Tuesday as the Iranian president boasted his country’s nuclear fuel program will soon be completed. The International Atomic Energy Agency report detailing the discovery also faulted Tehran for not cooperating with the U.N. watchdog’s attempts to investigate other suspicious aspects of Iran’s nuclear program. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, in a two-hour news conference in Tehran, asserted the world has no choice but to “live with a nuclear Iran,” although he conceded his country was “still in the first stages” of its uranium enrichment program. Full Story

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