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Tehrān : Iran | almost 2 years ago
The U.N. nuclear agency said Tuesday Iran must address concerns about its suspected atom bomb research, one day after Tehran alleged that terrorists had infiltrated the organization...
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Not So Nu-Clear: IAEA Undermines SUMMIT by claiming that Iran's DOUBLE NUCLEAR capacity!

IAEA Undermines SUMMIT with claim Iran's DOUBLE NUCLEAR capacity The UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned threats by Israel and the US to strike Iran. This comes after Tehran rejected as a 'political move' the latest report by the IAEA which claimed the country has doubled its nuclear capacity. For expert opinion on the story, RT talks tofrom Eric Draitser, who's a geopolitical analyst for Iran has dismissed as "politically motivated" a recent IAEA report accusing it of ramping up uranium enrichment. The director of the University of Tehran's Institute for North American and European Studies told RT the report's timing is no surprise. Iranian lawmakers were quick to reject the highly critical International Atomic Energy Agency report -- released Thursday -- which was published just as Tehran was hosting representatives from some 120 nations for the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit. Iranian lawmaker Kazem Jalali said the report was intended to "overshadow the meeting in Tehran." "It seems that this report is a scenario for psychological warfare, because Iran was able to show its authority and international position at the NAM summit," Jalali, a member of Iranian Parliament's national security and foreign affairs committee, added. The IAEA report says Iran's stockpile of uranium that's been enriched to 20 per cent -- the threshold for "weapons-usable" quality -- has jumped from 159 pounds to 255 pounds since May. The report further says that <b>...</b>
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