IAEA ups pressure on Iran after ‘terrorists' claim

IAEA ups pressure on Iran after ‘terrorists' claim

Tehrān : Iran | Sep 18, 2012 at 5:09 PM PDT
Source: The Daily Star
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The U.N. nuclear agency said Tuesday Iran must address concerns about its suspected atom bomb research, one day after Tehran alleged that terrorists had infiltrated the organization to sabotage the Islamic Republic's uranium enrichment plants. Britain added to the pressure on Iran before talks... FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Star
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