US National Security Adviser Susan Rice delivers a speech during a visit to the Palmachim military base, south of the Israeli city of Tel Aviv, on May 9, 2014.(AFP PHOTO/DAVID BUIMOVITCH)
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Iran says allegations of such activity are baseless, but has offered to help clear up the issues with the International Atomic Energy Agency, a Vienna-based U.N. body.Iran provided information to the IAEA about the fast-functioning detonators, which it says are for civilian use, in late April, the sources said.They said the IAEA had asked Iran follow-up questions, but they did not give details of these and there was no immediate comment from the IAEA or Iran.Iran and the IAEA have yet to agree on new measures to be implemented after May 15, the diplomatic source said.
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