The International Atomic Energy Agency reported all of the new centrifuges had been "prepared for testing" but none yet tested at the time of the Sept. 7-8 inspection.
By David Rising, Associated Press
The Japanese diplomat led the International Atomic Energy Agency for a decade and was extensively involved in negotiations over Iran's nuclear program and the cleanup of the 2011 Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster.
By Kirsten Grieshaber, Kyoko Metzler, Associated Press
The spokesman for Iran's atomic agency warned that the country could enrich uranium up to 20% — just a step away from weapons-grade levels.
By Nasser Karimi, Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
The head of the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog says his agency "stands ready to undertake any verification activities in (North Korea) that it may be requested to conduct by the countries concerned."…
By Associated Press
By PBS NewsHour
On tonight’s program, Iran produces new information about its nuclear program. Later, in our signature segment, a look a how high-tech entrepreneurs are creating a startup culture in India. And, what growing income inequality means for middle class-serving businesses in…
By PBS NewsHour
Iran and officials of the International Atomic Energy Commission are meeting in Teheran. Prospects for success of negotiations, ultimately designed to make it impossible for Iran to produce a nuclear weapon, are unclear. David Albright, one of the leading experts…
David Albright of the Institute for Science and International Security assesses what this first visit of an IAEA team suggests about Iran’s new willingness to cooperate in the inspection process.
In other news Friday, a report from the International Atomic Energy Agency stated that Iran will soon have the potential to double production of weapons-grade enriched uranium. Iran remains insistent that its nuclear program is peaceful and has no plans…
The International Atomic Energy Agency is due to report that Iran has hundreds of underground centrifuges enriching uranium, the key fuel in nuclear reactors. Though Iran maintains its nuclear program is only for peaceful energy production, the international community is…
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