'Iran has brushed off claims that its nuclear program once had a military dimension' [Ali Akbar Salehi @ PressTV]

The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran says Tehran can only accept such allegations by the UN nuclear agency if its documents are proven. Ali Akbar Salehi also said that the person who presented them should clarify the basis for the accusations. The International Atomic Energy Agency says it obtained the documents back in 2005 from a member state and participants in a clandestine nuclear supply network. Back in 2008, Iran submitted a one-hundred 17-page assessment that dismissed the claims as forged documents and fabricated data.

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