ElBaradei reiterated expectations that Iran's atomic
program, subject to IAEA inspectors' scrutiny since 2003, may be
cleared by the end of this year of suspicion that the project
was used as cover for nuclear weapons development.
``We have not come to see any undeclared activities or
weaponization of their program,'' ElBaradei said. ``Nor have we
gotten intelligence to that effect.''
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