Iran Nuclear Program Needs Blanket Inspections Former Iraq weapons inspector David Kay discusses Iran's nuclear program. The U.S. and other members of the international community believe that Iran is pursuing nuclear weapons. Iran says it is only pursuing peaceful nuclear energy.
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Iran Nuclear Program Needs Blanket Inspections

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Iran Nuclear Program Needs Blanket Inspections

Iran Nuclear Program Needs Blanket Inspections

Iran Nuclear Program Needs Blanket Inspections

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STEVE INSKEEP, host:

The next crisis up for the United Nations may involve Iran. Tomorrow is the deadline for Iran to suspend its uranium-enrichment activities or face possible sanctions. Iran appears untroubled. Just a few days ago, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad inaugurated a heavy water production plant which is capable of producing weapons-grade plutonium. At the time, the president said, quote, we are not a threat to anybody.