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Iran Nuclear Program Comes Up for IAEA Review

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Iran Nuclear Program Comes Up for IAEA Review

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Iran Nuclear Program Comes Up for IAEA Review

Iran Nuclear Program Comes Up for IAEA Review

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The International Atomic Energy Agency is due to release another report on Iran's nuclear activities, which is expected to report that Iran is operating a growing number of gas centrifuges designed to enrich uranium.

The continued activity is in defiance of two U.N. Security Council resolutions imposing sanctions on Iran until it suspends uranium enrichment. The report will likely lead to another Security Council meeting, which could seek to impose harsher economic measures on Tehran.

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