Iran has been working on developing nuclear weapons since 2003, says the new official quarterly report on Iran by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The report, published on Tuesday, November 8, states that Iran has been building computer models of fast-acting detonators, which can be used in a nuclear bomb and have “limited civilian or conventional military applications.” Iran has also been obtaining documentation on nuclear weapon development from a “clandestine nuclear supply network,” continue IAEA analysts. However, the report does not explicitly state that the country is either in possession of or developing nuclear weapons, but calls on the Iranian government to contact the Agency’s specialists in the very near future for clarification of the report’s findings.

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