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September 20, 2015 11:53 am

Iran Demands ‘Fair’ Treatment From UN Nuclear Inspectors Visiting Country

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Satellite image of Iran's Parchin nuclear facility. Intel says Iran is already sanitizing the suspected nuclear site. Photo: Institute for Science and International Security.

Satellite image of Iran’s Parchin nuclear facility. Intel says Iran has already sanitized the suspected nuclear site. Photo: Institute for Science and International Security.

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday told the visiting head of the U.N. nuclear agency that Tehran has never pursued nuclear weapons and that inspectors should be “fair” when they help implement a landmark nuclear deal reached with world powers in July.

Yukiya Amano, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, arrived in Tehran earlier in the day on his second visit in the past three months, ahead of an Oct. 15 deadline to gather information on allegations that Iran had in the past tried to build atomic weapons. A final U.N. assessment is due in December.

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