BREAKING NEWS ~ UN seals broken at Iran nuke facility

[JURIST] According to wire reports, the International Atomic Energy Agency [official website] has confirmed that seals at Iran's Isfahan nuclear facility have been broken [AP report], allowing Iran to fully resume its uranium conversion activities. The IAEA held an emergency meeting [JURIST report] yesterday to discuss how to handle Iran's resumption of its nuclear program. The US and the EU are calling for a continued suspension of nuclear conversion activities, which initially began last November, but Iran will now be able to continue its work in the entire facility, though it will be subject to IAEA surveillance. The IAEA has background on Iran's nuclear activities.



 

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