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IAEA And Iran Fail To Reach Agreement Allowing Inspectors Access To Restricted Sites

By Eli Clifton  

"IAEA And Iran Fail To Reach Agreement Allowing Inspectors Access To Restricted Sites"

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The IAEA failed to reach a deal with Iran to allow inspectors access to restricted sites where the agency believes Iran may have tested explosive triggers, reported Herman Nackaerts, global head of inspections for the U.N.’s nuclear watchdog agency. Iranian negotiators and IAEA officials met for eight hours at the agency’s headquarters in Vienna. No date for further talks had been set. U.S. and European powers are scheduled to continue negotiations with Iran later this month in Moscow.

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