The Board of Governors of the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency is considering a draft resolution imposing a deadline on Iran to show that it does not have a nuclear weapons program. Germany, France and the UK are pushing for the inclusion of a November deadline, but IAEA head Mohammed ElBaradei has said there isn't a time limit for the investigations into Iran's nuclear program. BBC News has more. Read ElBaradei's introductory statement at the IAEA Board of Governors' meeting. The IAEA has background on its negotiations with Iran.