U.n. Nuclear Watchdog Sets Up "iran Task Force"

VIENNA (Reuters) - The United Nations' nuclear watchdog has set up a specialized Iran Task Force to handle its inspections and investigation of the Islamic state's disputed atomic activities, an internal document showed on Wednesday.

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