Iranian President Hassan Rouhani (C) arrives to attend a session of Iran's Assembly of Experts in Tehran, on September 1, 2015. AFP PHOTO / ATTA KENARE
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It will take a lot of work to determine by the end of the year whether Iran was previously developing nuclear weapons, the head of the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog said Monday.Alongside the July 14 political deal with six world powers, Iran reached a road map accord with the International Atomic Energy Agency that requires Tehran to pass on enough information about its past nuclear program to allow the U.N. body to report on the issue by December.Elsewhere, former Israeli Mossad spy chief Meir Dagan said it is time for Israel to stop criticizing the United States over the nuclear deal struck with Iran.Dagan has been a fierce critic of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's hard-line policies regarding Iran.
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