Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (C) visits the Natanz nuclear enrichment facility, 350 km (217 miles) south of Tehran, April 8, 2008. (Presidential official website/Handout/Reuters)
Iran Has Enough fuel For A Nuclear Bomb, Report Says -- L.A. Times
The report by the IAEA, the United Nations' nuclear watchdog, surprises diplomats and arms control experts. Officials note that major obstacles remain to building a weapon.
Reporting from Tehran -- Iran has enough nuclear fuel to build a bomb if it decides to take the drastic steps of violating its international treaty obligations, kicking out inspectors and further refining its supply, U.N. officials and arms control experts said Thursday.
Iran has made no such gestures and has slowed its expansion of machinery producing nuclear fuel, having increased production capacity by less than 5% over the last three months, according to a report issued Thursday by the International Atomic Energy Agency.
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More News On Iran's Nuclear Program
Iran has enriched enough uranium to make bomb, IAEA says -- The Guardian
Iran 'has enough uranium for nuclear weapon' -- The Independent
Iran holds enough uranium for bomb -- Financial Times
Iran slows atom plant growth but fuel stockpile rises -- Yahoo News/Reuters
Iran says has own raw uranium supply -- Reuters
Iran refusing to co-operate with nuclear inspectors, says UN -- The Guardian
UN: Iran has enough uranium for one bomb -- Hot Air
Iran—IAEA Director General's Report -- U.S. Department Of State