Iran removes two IAEA surveillance cameras from nuclear facility Iran removed two surveillance cameras of the International Atomic Energy Agency from one of its nuclear facilities on Wednesday, state television reported, a move that is likely to raise tensions with the U.N. nuclear watchdog.
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