Iran engaged in nuclear weapons design until 2003, says UN watchdog


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IAEA says country also conducted weapons studies and only abandoned nuclear related activity in 2009 before historic deal

The UN’s nuclear watchdog IAEA has confirmed suspicions that Iran had a concerted nuclear weapons design programme until 2003 and conducted some sporadic weapons studies after that before ceasing all related activity in 2009.

In response, the Iranian government denied on Wednesday that any such programme existed and declared the International Atomic Energy Agency investigation closed. In Washington, the state department said the report was proof of the administration’s own conclusions.

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