Iran bars nuclear inspectors

By Andy Rice 21 June 2010

The head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation, Ali Akbar Salehi, has said two UN nuclear inspectors have been banned from entering the country. Salehi said this was because the inspectors had written an "untruthful" report about Iran's nuclear ambitions. The report, released in late May, alleges that Iran was stockpiling nuclear materials and preparing to enrich uranium to higher levels.    Read more: Reuters

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