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Iran has provided some information about one of two open items in a U.N. nuclear watchdog investigation into whether it may have researched an atomic bomb, the International Atomic Energy Agency reported on Friday. The confidential IAEA report, obtained by Reuters, said Tehran had "shared some information in relation to one of these measures. The Agency and Iran agreed to continue the dialogue on these practical measures and to meet again in the near future." The latest quarterly IAEA report on Iran was issued to the U.N. agency's member states with Iran seeking to nail down final terms of an accord with world powers on curbing its disputed nuclear energy program in exchange for relief from international sanctions.
London (AFP) - 09:52 GMT - 'Worst speech' - Oliver Kay, chief football correspondent for The Times newspaper, describes Blatter's speech as "possibly the worst speech I've ever heard". "22 mins of deluded, rambling, irrelevant, self-serving Blatter blather," he tweets. 09:46 GMT - English FA - English FA chairman Greg Dyke, speaking on BBC radio, says Blatter is still favourite to win election but the landscape has changed.