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March 18, 2012 2:32 pm

NY Times: U.S. Intelligence Agencies Struggling with Iran Data

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New York Times – WASHINGTON — While American spy agencies have believed that the Iranians halted efforts to build a nuclear bomb back in 2003, the difficulty in assessing the government’s ambitions was evident two years ago, when what appeared to be alarming new intelligence emerged, according to current and former United States officials.

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