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U.N. Inspectors View Nuclear Plants in Iran

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U.N. Inspectors View Nuclear Plants in Iran

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U.N. Inspectors View Nuclear Plants in Iran

U.N. Inspectors View Nuclear Plants in Iran

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International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors complete visits to two new nuclear facilities in Iran. Until recently, Iran had not acknowledged the plants' existence. One is a uranium enrichment plant, the other is a heavy-water production plant, and the U.S. government says they could help create nuclear weapons. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.

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