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Uranium evidence cited in Iran

UN agency reports discovering traces of higher-grade material

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / February 27, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- The United Nations' nuclear watchdog agency has found traces of much higher-grade uranium in Iran than would be needed to fuel a civilian nuclear reactor, raising suspicions that Tehran may be closer to developing a nuclear bomb than it has admitted, according to a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency obtained by the Globe. (Full Article: 850 Words)

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