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UPDATED: 20:52, April 11, 2007
IAEA spokeswoman warns Iran could have nuclear weapons in 4-6 years
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Iran will have the capacity to build its own nuclear bomb in just four to six years, a spokeswoman for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) warned on Wednesday.

Melissa Fleming told German radio Deutschlandfunk that it is incomprehensible Iran is not opening its uranium enrichment program to inspection.

Fleming said that Iran has a basic right to operate nuclear facilities if done in a transparent and legal manner.

She also accused Iran of concealing nuclear experiments.

Source: Xinhua


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