Iran to Pursue Uranium Tests Iran says it will continue tests that could eventually provide it with enriched uranium, the key element in a nuclear weapon. Despite a protest from the International Atomic Energy Agency, Iranian officials say they are within their rights under international law to carry out such tests. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.
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Iran Insists on Right to Pursue Enriched Uranium

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Iran Insists on Right to Pursue Enriched Uranium

Iran Insists on Right to Pursue Enriched Uranium

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