UN Watchdog Condemns Nuclear Traces In Iran

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has condemned Iran after finding nuclear material at three undeclared sites amid concerns the Islamic nation will soon have atomic weapons.

UN Atomic Agency chief: Iran “very close” to crossing nuclear threshold, “it’s going to happen”

The head of the United Nations nuclear watchdog has stated it is now inevitable that Iran will indeed cross the uranium enrichment threshold necessary to produce several nuclear bombs, the Jewish National Syndicate (JNS) reports. International Atomic Energy Agency Director Rafael Grossi gave his assessment Monday at the IAEA’s Board of Governors meeting in Vienna, which will run until June 10.

Iran Now Has Enough Uranium For Nuclear Weapon, U.N. Watchdog Reportedly Says

Iran has amassed enough enriched uranium to make a nuclear weapon, according to a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency viewed by several media outlets Monday, as the IAEA presses Iran to cooperate with a probe into its nuclear program and the United States seeks to re-enter a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.

Iran has used leaked UN Atomic Agency documents to deceive nuclear inspectors

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on Wednesday published a report attesting that Iran has used classified leaked documents from the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to hide its progress on producing a nuclear weapon, Ynet News reports. The WSJ cited Middle East intelligence officials and documents it had examined in making its assertions.

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