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  • Glyn Davies, U.S. envoy to North Korea, answers reporters' questions after meeting with South Korea's chief nuclear envoy, Lim Sung-nam, and Mr. Lim's Japanese counterpart, Shinsuke Sugiyama, at the Foreign Ministry in Seoul on Monday, May 21, 2012. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

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  • ** FILE ** Glyn Davies, U.S. ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency, was named on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011, as the new U.S. envoy on North Korea. (AP Photo/Ronald Zak, File)

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  • "I express my full confidence in the professionalism and impartiality of the inspectors concerned," he said. "Iran's repeated objection to the designation of inspectors with experience in Iran's nuclear fuel cycle and facilities hampers the inspection process."

    U.N. nuclear chief chides Iran, defends monitors →

  • "This report is the clearest evidence yet that Iran is refusing to address the proliferation concerns of the international community, number one, and number two, much more ominously that it appears determined to acquire a nuclear weapons capability," Glyn Davies, the chief U.S. delegate to the IAEA, told reporters.

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