In Tehran, reporter Paul Kenyon follows a team of U.N. inspectors investigating Iran's nuclear program. Secret police follow every move as Kenyon travels to Natanz, a uranium enrichment facility where inspectors have installed surveillance cameras. Inspectors discreetly send notes back to their headquarters in Vienna.
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Kenyon is denied access to a warehouse that inspectors believe is used for nuclear experiments. Iran's former top nuclear negotiator insists that Iran is not pursuing nuclear weapons. On Revolution Day, Iran's president declares in a speech to a teeming crowd that Iran will not renounce its nuclear power program.
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At the U.N. International Atomic Energy Agency headquarters
in Vienna, American diplomats warn that Iran has a history
of concealment and should dismantle its nuclear program.
An Iranian diplomat counters, "We call the shots, not
the Americans." A suspiciously high concentration of enriched
uranium turns up in tests from one of the Iranian nuclear
sites the team visited, and inspectors look at nuclear
plans that have been - alarmingly - distributed on compact