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Information by Iran regime not "complete", not "consistant" - IAEA

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VIENNA (AFP) - Iran has provided new information about its disputed nuclear programme, but "not in a consistent and complete manner," the UN atomic watchdog IAEA wrote in its latest report Friday.

The International Atomic Energy Agency has "recently received from Iran additional information... As a result the agency's knowledge about Iran's current declared nuclear programme has become clearer," said the report, a copy of which was obtained by AFP.

"However, this information has been provided on an ad hoc basis and not in a consistent and complete manner," the UN watchdog complained.

"The agency is not yet in a position to determine the full nature of Iran's nuclear programme."