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Tehran has worked on designing atomic bomb, IAEA report alleges

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The UN's nuclear watchdog says Iran appears to have worked on designing an atomic bomb and may still be conducting secret research. US nuclear proliferation expert David Albright says: "I think the facts lay out a pretty overwhelming case that this was a pretty sophisticated effort aimed at miniaturising a warhead for a ballistic missile".

Added on the 08/11/2011 22:15:11 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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