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A truck loaded with extremely dangerous radioactive material has been stolen in Mexico on Monday, says the International Atomic Energy Agency. The nuclear material loaded in the truck that can be used to make a so-called "
A group from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has lauded Japan for making advancement in stabilizing the Fukushima atomic plant. However the group, which has used 10 days examining the plant, additionally said the
The radiotherapy machine, used for treating cancers, was being taken from a hospital to a waste storage centre.
Tehran: Iran and world forces are likely to meet "next week" to talk about implementation of a hard-fought deal they clinched on Tehran's argued atomic events, Iran's lead negotiator said
The UN nuclear watchdog said Thursday it was not yet accessible to verify Iran's acquiescence with the recent deal with world powers as Tehran reach inspectors to the key Arak location. We charge to abstraction the
A few days after Iran reached a deal with six world powers to curb its nuclear program, it has invited International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors to visit its heavy water plant in Arak, which could produce plutonium that can be used
Country signed an agreement with powers with its nuclear program. UN agency studies how the agreement can be implemented. The Iran has invited inspectors from the UN to visit related to its nuclear program on Dec. 8 facilities,
Iran has invited inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to visit the research center in the city of Arak, which produced heavy water for nuclear reactors. Agency representatives will arrive there on December 8 announced
The Vienna based IAEA monitor developments at Yongbyon, mainly through satellite imagery, and it seems activities have been observed at a North Korean nuclear site and the activities are consistent with an effort to restart a reactor.
December 8, their chief said on Thursday, a first concrete step under a plan to clarify concerns about Tehran's disputed nuclear program.