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Former IAEA official questions Iran evidence | World news | guardian.co.uk

Robert Kelley, a former director at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) claims in a Bloomberg article that a two-page document, first printed by the Times and used by the agency its November assessment of Iran’s weapons work, is of dubious authenticity.

This is of vital importance, Kelley points out, because the document was one of only three pieces of evidence in the IAEA report that Iran’s weapons design work continued after 2004.

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