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Tehran agrees to answer nuclear questions

August 22, 2007|From the Associated Press

TEHRAN — Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency have agreed on a timetable for Tehran to respond to questions about its nuclear activities, both sides said Tuesday.

The agreement was announced at the end of two days of talks in Tehran.

There was no elaboration on the time frame. But the agreement was expected to provide for easier inspection of facilities as well as to urge Tehran to provide detailed answers on remaining questions about its activities.

The two sides did not say what the lingering questions were, but it is believed that they include questions about Iran's past experiments with small amounts of plutonium.

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