File - International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) General-Director Yukiya Amano addressing a press conference as part of the Board of Governors meeting at the UN atomic agency headquarters in Vienna, November 28, 2013.(AFP PHOTO / ALEXANDER KLEIN)
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The U.N. nuclear chief said on Friday there was "still a long way to go" to resolve a decade-old dispute over Iran's nuclear programme, a note of caution days after Tehran curbed its atomic activity under an interim deal with world powers.Yukiya Amano, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, made the comment as he won broad backing from the IAEA's 35-nation board for the U.N. body's expanded role in Iran to check that it complies with the accord over the next six months.The IAEA will nearly double the number of people it already has working on Iran.Until now, the IAEA had one-to-two teams of two inspectors each in Iran most of the time as well as experts working on the Iran file at its Vienna headquarters.
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