UN nuclear chief urges Iran to allow inspectors

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The head of the United Nations nuclear watchdog on Monday urged Iran to reconsider its decision to deny access to top UN inspectors, telling AFP that failure to cooperate will carry severe consequences. The International Atomic Energy Agency said Saturday that Iran had withdrawn accreditation from several inspectors, a move Tehran described as retaliation for “political abuses” by the United States, France, Germany and Britain. “We have to ask them to review this decision,” IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said in an interview with AFP. “If they do not cooperate with the IAEA, they will not get what t…

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