An International Atomic Energy Agency report on Iran's nuclear capabilities released says the country had been secretly experimenting on materials that could be made into nuclear weapons though there is no evidence a bomb was the ultimate goal.
Iran provided key documentation of its nuclear program to the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency Thursday but apparently could not fully clarify the origins of traces of weapons-grade uranium found in the country.
President Bush told South Korean President Kim Dae-Jung that he won't allow "business as usual" with North Korea in the wake of its decision to reactivate a suspended nuclear power plant, while President Kim called North Korea's move "unacceptable."…
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