"The Jury Is Still Out"


The Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reports that there is no "evidence" of such a program, though Iran is developing relevant technology and has shown a "pattern of concealment" over the past 18 years. At a meeting November 20 of the IAEA, the organization's 35-member board of governors will decide whether to declare Iran in noncompliance with the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and refer it to the U.N. for possible action, as the U.S. wants, or reprimand but continue to work with it, as the U.K., France and Germany...

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