Burma Signs New Nuclear Deal With IAEA

Burma and the U.N. nuclear agency have signed an agreement that will give international inspectors wider access to Burmese facilities.

The agreement, called an Additional Protocol, was signed Tuesday by Burmese Foreign Minister Wunna Maung Lwin and IAEA chief Yukiya Amano.

The move will help clear lingering suspicions that Burma had been trying to develop nuclear weapons during the country’s long military rule that ended last year.

U Ye Htut, a spokesman for Burmese President Thein …

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