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Iran for over three years has obstructed an agency investigation into data suggesting that the Middle Eastern nation has pursued a nuclear-weapon capability. Tehran has not altered its denial of the allegations, but moving to address them in talks would mark a significant shift and spark optimism for progress in the probe, according to AP.
In talks with U.N. nuclear watchdog representatives, Iranian government insiders have expressed willingness to address indications that the nation's nuclear program is geared toward weapons development, two envoys said. The agency in November raised "serious concerns" that the Persian Gulf regional power was seeking a nuclear-weapon capacity; Tehran insists its atomic activities are strictly nonmilitary in