Iranian President Hassan Rouhani walks past a frame bearing a portrait of Iran's founder of Islamic Republic, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (L) as he arrives for a press conference on March 6, 2016 in the capital Tehran. AFP / ATTA KENARE
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The United States on Wednesday urged the U.N. atomic agency to continue providing details on Iran's compliance with a deal crimping its nuclear work amid Western concerns that the agency's newest report is too light on specifics.All six nations that struck the deal with Iran are confident that the agency has a better-than-ever overview of Tehran's nuclear program due to transparency commitments on the part of the Islamic Republic as part of the deal.IAEA chief Yukiya Amano feels he has struck the right balance, considering Iran is no longer in violation of U.N. and agency demands to curb its nuclear program.
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