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August 31, 2006

The Contents of the IAEA Report on Iran's Nuclear Program

Topics: Iran

AKI and Reuters (via Chad at Freedom's Zone) provide a little more of what was the in the IAEA report to the United Nations Security Council this morning, including Iran having no intention of ever stopping its nuclear program.

Among the findings as leaked to the press include:

* Iran restarted uranium enrichment days prior to the UNSC deadline

* IAEA inspectors found "highly enriched uranium" in a container at the Karaj Waste Storage Facility in mid-August. Highly enriched uranium is used in making bombs.

* The production of UF6 to uranium metal, again only used in bombs.

Vital Perspective obtained a copy of the report (pdf format) which outlines in small detail Iran's dodging the IAEA, advancement in technology and refusing to discuss it's Green Salt Project, among many, many other events that Iran claims are non-existant. Head on over to Vital Perspective and read the full report available in .

Posted by Richard at August 31, 2006 4:21 PM



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