The nuclear archive that stored by Iran for years contradicts assurances it made that “it would never pursue a nuclear weapon” and necessitates that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) ...
Both Saudi Arabia and Iran signed the non-proliferation treaty. However, Israel, along with Pakistan, India and South Sudan, have refused to sign the deal – making it the only country in the region ...
Iran "is now either very near or in possession" of enough low-enriched uranium to produce one nuclear weapon, a senior U.S. diplomat said Wednesday, as he offered some of the toughest remarks by an ...
But the fuel it is receiving, partly from Kazakhstan, is natural uranium, which would require substantial processing to be used for either a nuclear reactor or a weapon. Mr. Kerry’s statement said ...
Uranium has to be enriched to more than 90 percent to be used for a nuclear weapon, but with Iran enriching uranium to 20 percent levels, there are concerns it has come a step closer to nuclear ...
... Iran's uranium enrichment has accelerated despite cyber sabotage from the Stuxnet virus in 2009, the experts said. Based on the findings of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), "it's ...
Iran increased its output of enriched uranium that world powers are concerned may eventually be used for a nuclear weapon, according to International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors. While the United ...
which had been one of the elements of a potential deal since that enriched uranium could not be used by Iran to build a nuclear weapon if it was kept in another country. “The export of stocks of ...
GENEVA (Reuters) - Iran has agreed ‘in principle’ to a deal that would move most of its enriched uranium out of the country. Western officials say this would ease tensions in the Middle East caused by ...
According to the UN report, Iran has produced nearly 6.2 tons of uranium to 3.5% since starting its nuclear project in 2007. "This total amount of 3.5% low enriched uranium hexafluoride, if further ...
For face-saving purposes, Iran is calling the uranium shipment part of a "fuel swap." But the fuel it is receiving, partly from Kazakhstan, is natural uranium, which would require substantial ...