Brazil Denies Secret Nuclear Weapons Agenda

Brazil's government confirms press reports that it barred International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors from seeing parts of a new uranium enrichment plant near Rio de Janeiro. But Brazil angrily rejects what it sees as baseless American insinuations that the plant might be used to make the ingredients for bombs. NPR's Martin Kaste reports.

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