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VIENNA (Reuters) - U.N. inspectors have no proof of more covert nuclear sites in Iran but a newly revealed plant makes no sense for civilian or military ends by itself and mistrust has arisen, the U.N. atomic watchdog chief said on Wednesday.
In an interview with Reuters, Mohamed ElBaradei also said Iran's insistence on a key change to a nuclear fuel deal could not be accepted by Western powers because it would not reduce its enriched uranium stockpile seen as an atomic bomb risk.
(Reporting by Mark Heinrich; Editing by Charles Dick)