Friday, February 28, 2014

UN Nuclear Watchdog Decided To Not Issue A Report On Additional Iranian Nuclear Advancements

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Yukiya Amano reacts as he attends a news conference during a board of governors meeting at the UN headquarters in Vienna November 29, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Herwig Prammer

No Iran Report With New Bomb Research Information: IAEA -- Reuters

(Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Friday it had not prepared a report with new information about suspected atomic bomb research in Iran, after Israel urged it to go public with all information it has regarding such suspicions.

Israel's statement followed a Reuters report on Thursday that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) had planned a major report on Iran last year that might have revealed more of its alleged activities that could be used for designing a nuclear warhead, but had held off as Tehran's relations with the outside world thawed.

Sources familiar with the matter said the IAEA apparently had not gone ahead with writing the report and that there was no way of knowing what extra information might have been included in such a document, although one source said it could have added to worries about Iran.

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More News On Reports That The UN Nuclear Watchdog Decided To Not Issue A Report On Additional Iranian Nuclear Advancements

Israel urges IAEA to issue full report on Iran nuclear research -- Reuters
UN nuclear agency drops sensitive Iran report, sources say -- Haaretz
UN nuclear agency opted against sensitive Iran report, news report says -- Christian Science Monitor
Reuters: U.N. Nuclear Watchdog Shelved Plans for Report Detailing Iran Nuclear Weapons Progress -- The Tower
Israel blasts IAEA’s reported shelving of Iran nuke report -- JTA
Nuclear watchdog denies shelving new Iran report -- Times of Israel

My Comment: What did the UN nuclear inspectors discover? No one is talking.

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