(FILES) - A picture dated August 8, 2010 shows a new Iranian submarine, Ghadir, being unveiled during a ceremony in the southern port city of Bandar Abbas. AFP PHOTO/VAHID REZA ALAEI
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U.N. nuclear inspectors visited an Iranian uranium mine for the first time in nearly a decade on Wednesday, Iranian media reported, as Tehran gradually opens up its disputed nuclear program to greater international scrutiny.Allowing the U.N. nuclear agency -- which is investigating suspicions that Iran may have carried out atomic bomb research -- to go to Gchine was among six concrete steps Iran agreed to under a Nov. 11 cooperation agreement with the IAEA.The IAEA-Iran deal is separate from a Nov. 24 breakthrough accord between Iran and six world powers to curb Iran's nuclear program in return for a limited easing of sanctions that have battered its economy.
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