An image grab taken from footage broadcast on the Islamic Republic of Iran News Network (IRINN) on October 14, 2015 reportedly shows missile launchers in an underground tunnel at an unknown location in Iran. AFP PHOTO / IRINN
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Iran has met a deadline to give the U.N. nuclear watchdog what it needs to assess whether Tehran's past activities had anything to do with nuclear arms, the agency said Thursday, a step toward implementing a deal between Tehran and world powers. Under a road map agreement reached along with that deal, Iran had to provide by Thursday the cooperation necessary for the International Atomic Energy Agency to complete an assessment of Iran's activities by Dec. 15 .Ballistic missile tests by Iran are banned under Security Council Resolution 1929, which dates from 2010 and remains valid until a nuclear deal dating from July 14 this year goes into effect.
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