VIENNA - The head of the UN nuclear agency said Monday Iran has cut its stock of uranium that is closest to atomic weapons-grade.
The other half of the uranium is to be changed into a form that is relatively difficult to reconvert to 20 percent.
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Tehran denies wanting nuclear arms but has agreed to temporarily curb atomic work in exchange for sanctions relief as the sides work on a fuller deal.