Concerns Grow over Iran and its Nuclear Equipment Is Iran trying to build a nuclear weapon? That's the question the international community has been asking for a long time. Now it has more reason to suspect that it is. There are reports that Iran has tampered with seals put on its centrifuge equipment by the International Atomic Energy Agency.
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Concerns Grow over Iran and its Nuclear Equipment

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Concerns Grow over Iran and its Nuclear Equipment

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Concerns Grow over Iran and its Nuclear Equipment

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Is Iran trying to build a nuclear weapon? That's the question the international community has been asking for a long time. Now it has more reason to suspect that it is. There are reports that Iran has tampered with seals put on its centrifuge equipment by the International Atomic Energy Agency.

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Jim Walsh, international security fellow and expert on terrorism at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government