Iran will not stop enriching in uranium, says Ahmadinejad

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The President of Iran says he will not stop enriching uranium.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's comments come after the United Nations' atomic watchdog said there was new evidence of possible military reasons for Iran's nuclear work.

BBC Radio 5 live Up All Night's Rhod Sharp asked Hans Blix, who is the former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency as well as a former UN weapons inspector before the Iraq war to react to Mr Ahmadinejad's claims that the IAEA is following America's orders.

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