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Iran: International Atomic Energy Agency finds evidence

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Samples collected during the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) inspection of Iran last October contained radioactive traces, according to a report accessed by the Wall Street Journal. This would imply that Iran has been conducting undeclared nuclear tests. Iran agreed in 2015 with other nuclear powers, including the United States, to scale back its nuclear program, demonstrate that it was for peaceful use and allow IAEA inspectors to make routine visits to its facilities to check that the agreement, known as the JCPOA, was being complied with. However, following the U.S. exit from the agreement by Donald Trump’s decision and the…

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