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WASHINGTON — Three months after the United Nations Security Council enacted its harshest sanctions yet against Iran, global nuclear inspectors reported Monday that the country has dug in its heels, refusing to provide inspectors with information and access they need to determine whether the real purpose of Tehran’s program is to produce weapons.
For several weeks the Obama administration has argued that the sanctions are beginning to bite, cutting off Iran’s access to more foreign capital, halting investment in its energy sector and impeding its ability to send its ships in and out o