IAEA Eyes Action Against Iran The International Atomic Energy Agency meets to discuss action against Iran following revelations that for 18 years, Tehran has hidden a wide variety of nuclear activities. The Bush administration favors a non-compliance ruling and U.N. economic sanctions against Iran. But European countries and Russia support more surprise inspections by the IAEA. Hear NPR's Mike Shuster.
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IAEA Weighs Action Against Iran

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IAEA Weighs Action Against Iran

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The International Atomic Energy Agency meets to discuss action against Iran following revelations that for 18 years, Tehran has hidden a wide variety of nuclear activities. The Bush administration favors a non-compliance ruling and U.N. economic sanctions against Iran. But European countries and Russia support more surprise inspections by the IAEA. Hear NPR's Mike Shuster.