The flag of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) flies in front of its headquarters in Vienna, Austria, May 28, 2015. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
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Amid accelerated international efforts to reach a nuclear deal with Iran, the U.N. atomic agency on Friday reported that work on a key element -- an assessment of allegations that Tehran worked on atomic arms -- remains essentially stalled.After years of deadlock, Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency agreed in November 2013 on a new attempt to probe the accusations. The IAEA started its probe last year by asking for information on less sensitive work related to nuclear arms allegedly carried out by Iran.Iran denies any work on -- or interest -- in nuclear arms.
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