Pakistan's President says he is considering sending nuclear equipment to the UN's nuclear watchdog to help the agency determine whether Iran has been building an atomic bomb. Pervez Musharraf said that Pakistan is negotiating with the International Atomic Energy Agency on supplying the centrifuge parts. The IAEA two years ago found traces of enriched uranium in Iran, some of them close to what would be usable in weapons. Iran blamed the traces on contaminated machinery sold to Tehran by Abdul Qadeer Khan, the Pakistani scientist at the center of a global atomic black market. If Pakistan d-o-e-s send the centrifuge parts to the IAEA, experts say the watchdog could determine the source of the traces detected in Iran.