Iran to allow UN nuclear watchdog to service cameras for nuclear sites monitor

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Iran has agreed to allow the United Nations nuclear watchdog to service cameras used to monitor Iranian nuclear sites.

International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors will also be allowed to replace the cameras' memory cards, and they will be kept in Iran.

Iran had previously said it would only hand over camera footage from key nuclear sites after an agreement is reached to lift US sanctions.

The agency had complained that Iran was blocking its monitoring work as western countries have accused Iran of trying to build nuclear weapons.

But Tehran has denied this, saying its nuclear programme is peaceful.

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