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U.N. nuclear agency stops some Iran aid

The U.N. nuclear agency has suspended some aid to Iran in line with Security Council sanctions calling for an end to assistance for programs that could be misused to make an atomic weapon, diplomats said Wednesday. The diplomats emphasized that the freeze was temporary for now and subject to review and approval by the 35-nation board of the International Atomic Energy Agency. Agency officials now are looking at the full list of technical aid programs to Iran and will propose culling those that could serve non-peaceful nuclear aims when the board next meets in March. It is up to board members to make the final decision. Full Story

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