The United Nations atomic energy arm is unlikely to draw clear conclusions in its report next month on whether Tehran once had a nuclear weapons program, the agency’s chief suggested on Thursday. Failure to reach a final judgment on whether Iran was once seeking nuclear weapons know-how appears unlikely to scuttle the full implementation of July’s nuclear accord between Iran and six world powers. However, it could slow the process of completing the agreement, which is currently expected early in 2016. At a news conference in Vienna, International Atomic Energy Agency Director-General Yukiya Amano confirmed he would present his final report on the five-month probe into Iran’s past nuclear work early next week. Diplomats have said they expect the report to be circulated on Tuesday. It will be discussed by the IAEA’s Board of Governors on December 15. “As I said in the past, the assessment…will not be black […]