UN: New Info On Alleged Iran Nuclear Arms
VIENNA (AP) - The U.N. nuclear monitoring agency says it has received recent information adding to concerns that Iran may have worked on developing nuclear arms.
The view is contained in a confidential report issued Friday by the organization The International Atomic Energy Agency.
The report, obtained by The Associated Press, notes "new information ... recently received" that has led to "further concerns."
The report noted that Iran has stonewalled the agency's probe into alleged experiments on a weapons program since 2008.
In an unusual move, it listed those alleged experiments as "giving rise to concern about possible military dimensions to Iran's nuclear program."
Iran says its nuclear program is meant only to generate reactor fuel.
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