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UN presents Iran nuclear evidence to 35 nations

Iranian official says US, allies fabricated data

By George Jahn
Associated Press / November 12, 2011

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In a show-and-tell based on secret intelligence, the UN atomic agency shared satellite images, letters, and diagrams with 35 nations yesterday as it sought to underpin its case that Iran apparently worked secretly on developing a nuclear weapon. Iran’s chief envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency rejected the presentation as based on material fabricated by the United States and its allies.

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