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we do not have a direct IAEA reader. You need to incorporate thread-safety yourself in the code if it is not already provided by the original author of the IAEA reader.
You may find very useful this presentation done at the 2016 MIT Geant4 Tutorial: http://geant4.slac.stanford.edu/MIT2016/ReadingInputFile.pdf
It discusses and shows how to read events from a file in MT mode.
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