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    1. By Michael Shields VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Friday it had made incremental progress but no breakthrough in its inquiry into whether Iran may have researched an atom bomb, a sobering message that may dim chances for a deal between Tehran and big powers next month. Diplomats view Iran’s reluctance to open up to investigators from the International Atomic Energy Agency ...

    2. Iran nuclear talks snag on access to military sites

      AFP via Yahoo! NewsMay 29 11:15 PM

      With the top US and Iranian diplomats meeting Saturday in Geneva one month before a deadline for a historic nuclear deal, demands for UN inspections of Iranian military bases appear to be becoming a problem. Tehran is uneasy about letting foreigners go poking around such sites, saying that since no nuclear material is present, the International Atomic Energy Agency ( IAEA) watchdog has no right...

    3. (MENAFN - Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Yukia Amano has said that in cases of "inconsistency" of information, Iran would be a...

    4. Iran provides some information in U.N. nuclear inquiry -IAEA

      Reuters via Yahoo! Singapore NewsMay 29 04:41 AM

      By Michael Shields VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran has provided some information about one of two open items in a U.N. nuclear watchdog investigation into whether it may have researched an atomic bomb, the International Atomic Energy Agency reported on Friday. The confidential IAEA report, obtained by Reuters, said Tehran had "shared some information in relation to one of these measures. The Agency and...

    5. Iran has provided some information about one of two open items in a U.N. nuclear watchdog investigation into whether it may have researched an atomic bomb, the International Atomic Energy Agency reported on Friday.

    6. If Iran signs a nuclear deal with world powers it will have to accept inspections of its military sites, the head of the UN's atomic watchdog Yukiya Amano told AFP in an interview. The question of inspections is shaping up to be one of the thorniest issues as world powers try to finalise a deal by June 30 to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear bomb. Amano said Tehran has agreed to ...

    7. The UN atomic agency reported that work on a key element, an assessment of allegations that Tehran worked on atomic arms, remains essentially stalled.

    8. The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says a potential deal between Iran and international powers on Tehran's nuclear program should grant the agency a right to inspect the country's military sites.

    9. VIENNA – The International Atomic Energy Agency criticized Tokyo Electric Power Co. and Japanese regulatory authorities for their failure to prevent the 2011 Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant disaster despite knowing the risk of large tsunami hitting the facility, according to a copy of an IAEA report.

    10. .:Middle East Online:::.

      Middle East OnlineMay 27 06:04 AM

      While Iran dismisses accusations that it has attempted to develop nuclear weapons as propaganda from the CIA and Mossad, the head of the IAEA insists that military inspections of nuclear sites must be part of a nuclear deal, regardless.

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