Monday, February 20, 2012

UN nuke inspectors leave for key talks in Tehran (AP)

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FILE - In this Sept. 2007 file picture an anti-aircraft gun position is seen at Iran's nuclear enrichment facility in Natanz, Iran. Iran has put finishing touches for the installation of thousands of new-generation machines at a cavernous underground bunker that would allow it speed up production of material that can be used to arm nuclear warheads, diplomats tell The Associated Press, Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012. While saying that the electrical circuitry, piping and supporting equipment for the new centrifuges was in place, the diplomats emphasized that Tehran had not started installing more efficient centrifuges at its Fordow facilty and could not say whether it was planning to. (AP Photo/Hasan Sarbakhshian, File)AP - A senior U.N. nuclear expert says his team is leaving for Tehran with hopes that Iranian officials will agree to talk about suspicions that the Islamic Republic has worked — or is working — on a clandestine atomic arms program.


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