(FILES) - A file picture taken on August 26, 2006 shows a general view of a heavy water plant in Arak, 320 kms south of Tehran. AFP PHOTO/ATTA KENARE
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Iran has provided the U.N. nuclear watchdog with information about detonators with possible military applications, under an accord intended to allay concerns about Tehran's atomic activities, an Iranian news agency said on Sunday.It was one of seven measures Iran agreed three months ago to implement by May 15 under a step-by-step plan for the IAEA to gain more insight into the country's nuclear work, but the first directly related to the U.N. body's long-stalled bomb probe.The IAEA said in a 2011 report that Iran had told the agency that it had developed EBW detonators for civil and conventional military applications.Iran says its programme is entirely peaceful.
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