Hadley: Iran Halted Nuclear Weapons Development in 2003
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Hadley: Iran Halted Nuclear Weapons Development in 2003

New information shows Iran halted its nuclear weapons development in 2003. Intelligence officials say Iran continues to enrich uranium, meaning it might be able to develop a weapon between 2010 and 2015. Video by AP

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