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27.11.2014
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Ya'alon: Iran asked IAEA if it could enrich uranium to 90%

Vice prime minister warns, "Iran's nuclear development is clearly intended for military purposes" • IAEA inspectors arrive in Tehran to discuss nuclear program amid Iran's rising tensions with the West • Panetta: Iran is one year away from acquiring a nuclear weapon.

Shlomo Cesana, Lior Yacoby, Israel Hayom Staff and News Agencies

Iranian protesters "greet" the IAEA inspectors.
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Photo credit: Reuters
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta (foreground) and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin E. Dempsey arrive for a news conference at the Pentagon on Jan. 26.
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Vice Prime Minister and Strategic Affairs Minister Moshe (Bogey) Ya'alon.
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Photo credit: Dudi Vaaknin
Iranian protesters hold placards against Israel and the IAEA at the Imam Khomeini airport, awaiting the IAEA inspectors.
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Herman Nackaerts of the IAEA prepares for his flight to Iran at Vienna's Schwechat airport, Austria on Sunday.
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Photo credit: AP
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