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Vienna : Austria | Jun 04, 2012 at 3:24 PM PDT
Source: Arab News
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The head of the UN nuclear agency called on Iran yesterday to sign a deal giving greater transparency on its nuclear drive and announced that new talks with Tehran would be held this week. At the opening of a week-long meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency board in Vienna, Yukiya Amano also... FULL ARTICLE AT Arab News
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