Sunday, March 1, 2009

Iran and The Bomb?

IAEA officials: All materials at Natanz under control

Tehran Times — Iran’s envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Ali Asqar Soltanieh said on Friday the agency officials have confirmed that all materials at Natanz uranium enrichment facilities are under their control.
Soltanieh made the remarks in reaction to some media reports about the declared amount of low-enriched uranium at Natanz.
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How Close Is Iran to a Bomb?

Newsweek — Iran now has enough low-enriched uranium to make one atomic bomb—at least theoretically. Independent analysts say that became clear after the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency issued its latest inspection report on Feb. 19, revealing the presence of 1,010 kilograms of the material Washington and the Europeans hoped would never exist.
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'Iran has enough material for bomb'

Jerusalem Post — Teheran probably has the material necessary to make a nuclear weapon, Adm. Mike Mullen, the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, said on Sunday, while Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said the Iranians were not yet close to attaining a weapon.
Asked on CNN if Teheran had enough nuclear material for the construction of an atomic bomb, Mullen said: "We think they do, quite frankly."
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