Israel says UN must keep probing Iran's nuclear work

Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel, uses a diagram of a bomb to describe Iran's nuclear program while delivering his address to the 67th United Nations General Assembly meeting September 27, 2012 at the United Nations in New YorkIsrael on Wednesday said the investigation into Tehran’s atomic programme should be intensified after a UN watchdog released a report saying Iran carried out activities “relevant” to developing nuclear arms at least until the end of 2003. “The International Atomic Energy Agency investigation proves beyond any doubt that Iran was operating a secret project to develop a nuclear weapon after 2003, as Israel has said,” a statement from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said, shortly after the report was made public.

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