U.S. threatens escalation with Iran at IAEA if non-cooperation continues

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The United States has threatened to confront Iran at the International Atomic Energy Agency next month if Tehran does not cooperate more with UN inspectors. Tehran has denied the IAEA access to a key facility, while the UN nuclear watchdog has also pushed Iran for an explanation regarding uranium particles found at undeclared sites. These new developments could jeopardize indirect talks between Iran and the U.S. on reviving the 2015 nuclear deal.

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