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Iran Spy Data Need Checks as Amano Prepares for New Term

Intelligence information given to United Nations monitors showing possible military dimensions to Iran’s nuclear work should be double-checked, said Hans Blix, the former director-general of the UN atomic group.

The International Atomic Energy Agency’s board of governors yesterday endorsed its current leader, Japan’s Yukiya Amano, for a second four-year term. The appointment, which needs ratification by the agency’s full membership in September, may shape the way Iran’s decade-long investigation is carried out.