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August 6, 2015 9:39 am

Iran Still Denying UN Inspectors Access to Scientists, Military Officers in Nuclear Program Probe

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Iran so far has refused to allow United Nations inspectors to interview key scientists and military officers investigating the country's alleged nuclear weapons program. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Iran has so far refused to allow United Nations inspectors to interview key scientists and military officers. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Iran so far has refused to allow United Nations inspectors to interview key scientists and military officers to investigate allegations that Tehran maintained a covert nuclear-weapons program, the head of the U.N.’s nuclear watchdog said in an interview Wednesday.

Iran’s stance complicates the International Atomic Energy Agency’s probe into Tehran’s suspected nuclear-military program — a study that is slated to be completed by mid-December, as required by the landmark nuclear agreement forged between world powers and Iran on July 14 in Vienna.

Read full story at The Wall Street Journal.

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