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IAEA Meets on Iranian Nuclear Program

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The International Atomic Energy Agency, meeting in Vienna, starts another round of talks on Iran's nuclear program. Iran says it has suspended its controversial uranium enrichment program as part of an agreement with three European powers. Iran says it wants to continue one part of the program for research and development purposes. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.



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