Atomic Energy Agency's Iran Report Stokes Debate The International Atomic Energy Agency is releasing a new report on Iran's nuclear program, saying Iran is more cooperative in answering outstanding questions about its past secret nuclear operations. The report is likely to provide fuel for debate over compelling Tehran to abandon uranium enrichment.
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Atomic Energy Agency's Iran Report Stokes Debate

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Atomic Energy Agency's Iran Report Stokes Debate

Atomic Energy Agency's Iran Report Stokes Debate

Atomic Energy Agency's Iran Report Stokes Debate

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The International Atomic Energy Agency is releasing a new report on Iran's nuclear program.

According to the agency, Iran is somewhat more cooperative in answering outstanding questions about its past secret nuclear operations, and its efforts to enrich uranium appear to be going much more slowly than previously thought.

The report is likely to provide fuel for both sides in the debate over whether to impose additional sanctions to compel Tehran to abandon its uranium enrichment program.

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