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Iran, IAEA begin new nuclear talks

The IAEA will push for access to "people, information, documents and sites" in order to check whether Iran's nuclear program is civilian or military, officials said.

Chatter: Fears of North Korean nuclear test

South Korean intelligence says that North Korea has nearly completed preparatory work at the nuclear site where it carried out two previous nuclear tests.
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North Korea is covertly preparing for a new nuclear test, according to South Korean intelligence.

In a newly released report, the South says that recent satellite images show an underground tunnel is being dug at the same site where the North's two previous tests were carried out in 2006 and 2009. The work is in its final stages, officials say.

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