The UN's latest inspection of Iran's nuclear processing plants has turned up worrying details of rising capacity and signs of a growing cover up. Iran still says it's only for energy, not weapons.
But there was nothing peaceful about some of the language used today in the rising tension between Iran and Israel, as our Middle East Correspondent John Ray reports.
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