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US finds no Iran bomb program

Nuclear effort ended in 2003, report says

By Bryan Bender and Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / December 4, 2007

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WASHINGTON - Iran halted its nuclear weapons program four years ago and there is no evidence it has enriched uranium to build an atomic bomb, according to declassified portions of a secret US intelligence assessment released yesterday - directly contradicting the Bush administration's portrayal of Iran as a terrorist state bent on developing an atomic arsenal. (Full article: 1115 words)

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