Iran must answer questions on nuclear work - IAEA
VIENNA Nov 17 (Reuters) - Iran has to answer questions over possible military dimensions to its nuclear programme, the head of the U.N. atomic watchdog said on Thursday, adding that it was his duty to alert the world to his agency's concerns.
"It is clear Iran has a case to answer," Yukiya Amano told a news conference in Vienna. He said he had been impelled to publish a detailed summary of Iran's possible military nuclear work. "It is my duty to alert the world," he said.
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