Iran to Discuss Alleged Studies of Atomic Arms
New York Times, Reuters
24-Apr-2008 (one comment)

VIENNA (Reuters) — Iran has agreed to answer contentions stemming from American and other intelligence reports that it studied how to design nuclear weapons, the chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency said Wednesday.

Mohamed ElBaradei, the agency’s director general, called the gesture a “milestone.” Iran previously denied the reports but declined to address them in detail.

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Moment of truth? For the past several months, ElBaradei has said he genuinely wants to help avoid a US attack on Iran over its nuclear program. But, he holds, Iran needs to want to help Iran first.