WASHINGTON D.C. (Worthy News)– Iran could still produce enough nuclear material to fuel a bomb in as little as two months, a time frame that has not been prolonged under the recently struck agreement to extend nuclear talks through November, the Washington Free Beacon reported.
U.S. intelligence reports—including those authored by the Pentagon and others—have determined that the United States is not "organized or fully equipped" to detect when foreign countries are developing weapons or secretly advancing their programs.
The problem is compounded by the fact that Iran is known to have secret nuclear sites where it hides rogue enrichment activities, an issue that has not yet been covered in nuclear talks with the West. — Source
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