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Iran cancels accreditation of UN nuclear inspector

WorldNews Thursday, 7 November 2019 ()
Iran cancels accreditation of UN nuclear inspectorThe check at the entrance gate to the plant in central Iran had "triggered an alarm" raising concern that she could be carrying a "suspect product" on her, the Iranian Atomic Energy Organisation said in a statement posted online. As a...
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