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IAEA ‘Has Info’ On Possible Iran Nuclear Military Work


(RFE/RL) — The UN nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), says it has received new information regarding allegations of possible military aspects to Iran’s disputed nuclear program.


In a confidential report, the agency reportedly listed several areas of concerns it has about Iran’s atomic activities.

The agency said it remains concerned about possible current activity in Iran to develop a nuclear payload for a missile.

The report is likely to increase Western suspicions that Iran is secretly trying to develop nuclear weapons capability from its uranium-enrichment program.

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One thought on “IAEA ‘Has Info’ On Possible Iran Nuclear Military Work

  • February 26, 2011 at 12:56 pm

    The west must do an aor strike and remove this nuclear facility altogether for the sake of world safety.


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