Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Iran's Nuclear Reactor

Iran conducts nuclear plant test

Aljazeera — Iran says it has successfully carried out a test run of its first nuclear plant, a move that will raise concerns in the West over Tehran's atomic ambitions.
The long-delayed reactor, in the southern port city of Bushehr, could come on line within months, Gholam Reza Aghazadeh, the head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation, said on Wednesday.
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Barak: Israel not ruling out any Iran option

JTA Jerusalem — Israel is not ruling out any option for dealing with Iran's nuclear threat, Ehud Barak said as Iran announced it has 6,000 centrifuges enriching uranium.
"Time is running out," Israel's defense minister said Wednesday, the Jerusalem Post reported. "Clear and decisive sanctions against the Iranian regime alongside readiness to consider necessary actions, in case the sanctions don't work, are necessary."
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Israel lobbies for war on Iran

Press TV Iran — Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak says he advocates a war on Iran, following the country's successful test-runs at the Bushehr power plant.
Tehran edged closer towards the final launch of a light-water reactor in the southern port of Bushehr on Wednesday, after it staged pre-commission operations at the 1000-megawatt reactor.
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