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Iran officially imposes curbs on UN nuclear inspections
"Iran has started restricting international inspections of its nuclear facilities at the same time the international atomic energy agency reports Tehran is now in reaching uranium to just below weapons grade the Associated Press has had a look at a confidential document the I. A. E. A. distributed to member countries which says Iran has added nearly forty pounds of uranium enriched up to twenty percent to its stockpile it's the first official confirmation of Iran's plans to enrich to greater purity just a technical step away from weapons grade levels and far past the level allowed under the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal with world powers in the meantime Iran has started restricting international inspections of its nuclear facilities it's seen as a bid to pressure European countries and president Biden to lift economic sanctions and restore that twenty fifteen deal world powers call it a dangerous move Ben Thomas Washington
Head of UN nuke watchdog meets Iran nuclear chief in Tehran
"Of the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency says Iran is giving inspectors less access to its atomic program, but will still allow the agency to monitor it. Rafael Grossi made the comment following an emergency trip to Iran and offered few specifics. But Iran's foreign minister says the International Atomic Energy Agency will no longer have access to footage from cameras at Iran's nuclear sites.
Iran has started producing uranium metal
"Has started producing uranium metal material. That can be used to form the core of nuclear weapons. That's according to a confidential report from the international atomic energy agency. Viewed by the wall street journal says it's producing the medal for research purposes. But the move is a breach of the twenty fifth. Nuclear records as iran seeks to escalate pressure on the biden administration to lift
European powers press Iran to back off latest nuclear move
"The Iran nuclear deal are demanding Iran halt its announced plans to produce uranium metal based fuel. Teri Schultz reports. Tehran is banned from this activity for 15 years under the 2015 nuclear deal that is still technically in force. Despite numerous violations, Britain, France and Germany say in a joint statement they're deeply concerned by Iran's announcement it would produce uranium metal, noting the country has quote no credible civilian use for it, but that there are grave military implications. They insist Iran should immediately return to compliance if it wants to preserve the deal. This is just the latest example of the regime's violations since claiming it has the right to breach them after the U. S, withdrew and 2018 and re imposed sanctions lifted by the deal. The International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed this week. Iran has begun to produce the uranium metal. Iran says it wants the Biden administration to rejoin the agreement, and then it will discuss complying with it. For NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. This is NPR.
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Over 30 years of practicing an emergency medicine Los Angeles County now averaging 133 deaths a day. It was 25 Thanksgiving bodies now stored in refrigerated trucks. We're losing on average, a person every 15 minutes and cases skyrocketing over 800,000 since the pandemic began, nearly half of those since December, 1st There will be lots of March Madness in Indiana this spring. CBS's Jim pursuing NC double aces, The Springs 67 Men's basketball tournament games, including the Final Four will all be played it Indiana, most of them in Indianapolis. The plan is intended to keep the Marquis event from being canceled for a second consecutive year because of the covert 19 pandemic. It hasn't been determined yet how many fans will be allowed to the Games Iran says it has resumed enriching uranium to 20% purity and ended Ford low nuclear facility and has notified the International Atomic Energy Agency about the new enrichment process. This is CBS News, Traffic and Weather Together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It's 12 03, and we'll start you off downtown, where it's slow going on the South bound side of 93 triple right lane. Closures starts before the second bridge ends after the only old tunnel One South closed it Carter Street. You follow the detour you back on and ever have. Then you're down a lean over The Tobin lever connected. The ramp to 93 south is closed. No delays in the airport tunnels, however. Left lane has taken eastbound on the Ted Williams Tunnel south of the city Expressway. South is a work crew after in upon the street no delay and Randolph 93 South exit Florida route 24 is close Your okay on 95 Route three. North of the city. 93 South bound is closed from the New Hampshire line past Pelham Street. Mithun work your way around with a detour, 1, 28 and Route one. Check out just fine west of the city Pike. Wes is a set up before Route 16 and West Newton..
Iran starts 20% uranium enrichment, seizes tanker in strait
"You're on has followed through on its warning over the weekend that it would begin enriching uranium up to 20% purity. And NPR's Peter Kenyon, reports said state television is reporting that Iranian forces have seized and arrested the crew of a South Korean flag oil tanker in the Strait of four moves ratcheting up Middle East tensions. Iran initially said the tanker was seized do the oil pollution issues, but the seizure comes as Iran in South Korea were due to begin talks over Iranian assets frozen in Seoul. Separately, Iran confirmed its latest violation of the 2015 nuclear agreement, beginning uranium enrichment up to 20% purity and its underground forego nuclear facility. Iran began violating limits in the nuclear deal, a little more than a year after President Donald Trump pulled the US out of the accord and re imposed sanctions on Iran. The International Atomic Energy Agency said it would inform member states about the developments in Iran's nuclear program. Peter Kenyon. NPR NEWS
Iran plans 20% uranium enrichment 'as soon as possible'
"To enrich uranium now up to 20% at its underground afford Oh nuclear facility as soon as possible. That's according to Ali Akhbar Salahi he's ahead of Iran's civilian nuclear Program. The International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran informed its inspectors of its decision.
Iran building something new at underground nuclear site
"Iran's begun construction and its underground nuclear facility at Ford. Oh, amid tensions with the U. S over its atomic program. That's what satellite images obtained by the AP show. Those images from Max. Our technologies reveal Iran has cleared and dug out a site potentially for a building at four does Northwest Corner. That's where experts previously identified the cluster of buildings as providing support and research and development there. However, Iran has not publicly acknowledged this activity. Correspondent injured Stewart reports. Iran's mission to the U. N did not immediately respond to our request for comment, nor did the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Iran builds at underground nuclear facility amid US tensions
"This news just coming in this morning, Iran has begin construction and its underground nuclear facility at Ford. Oh, this amid tensions with the U. S over its atomic program. That's according to satellite images attained this morning by the AP. Iran is not publicly acknowledged that construction. Iran's mission to the United Nations did not immediately respond to a request for comment, Nor did the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Who killed Mohsen Fakhrizadeh?
"We start with breaking news. And iran's defense ministry has confirmed that one of the country's top nuclear scientists has been assassinated two diff- of muslim fucker. Saudi is very much proving to be one of those stories in which people will see whatever confirmations of their own prejudices and suspicions they wished to it might reasonably be argued that this description applies in the online epoch in particular to pretty much every story but it is especially the case with stories set in the middle east and which may would depending wh one prefers to believe may not involve israel. So it's best to start with what we know for certain. We know that molson fucker. Zodda was a renowned nuclear physicist a senior engineering of iran's nuclear program and a brigadier general in iran's islamic revolution regard core. He is believed to have been deleted of what was known as project amid the program. Iran established in the late nineteen eighty s to explore the prospects of iranian nuclear weapon and closed in two thousand three according to the international atomic energy agency. We know that he was killed. Last friday near absorbed a small town seventy kilometers east of tehran. And that he was buried with full state on. Who's on sunday law. Main hobby lobby. No optic not that big van owen ruling to the questions of precisely how he was killed by whom there is a bewildering smorgasbord of answers. While it seems clear enough that Was shot dead as the car in which he was. Travelling was the object of an ambush. There are conflicting reports of this assassination being conducted by a posse of live operators. Some of whom may or may not have died at the scene and or by some species of remote controlled weapon monotony iran bit who we bid and me. The enemies of iran have to know that the iranian nation and the country's officials a brave and intrepid enough to respond to this criminal action. As on a has dan in dommage in our yet caught on era by-pass off pigs around as to who might have done it. Iranian officialdom and iranian media have been quick to blame either israel or the mujahedeen e. Cock a curious cultish iranian rebel group which has been a persistent irritant to the islamic republic. And who currently appear to be based between iraq. France and albania. The has also been an amount of copy pasted umbrage directed at the united states or as president hassan rohani of iran prefers to address it the global arrogance on record. Israeli sources have feigned bafflement though the new york times has quoted an unnamed senior. Israeli official is suggesting that the world should thank israel. Four reside is demise. The mujahideen have been reticent. As of this broadcast the iran has yet to present any concrete evidence of their assertions. And if and when they do it will likely be impossible for any independent observers to verify them and iran does reflexively blame israel for pretty much anything it is only a couple of years since former head of iran's military major general signed fear is a body accused of running a network of spy lizards. But it's not like there isn't something of a circumstantial case to answer this year. Several sites in iran which might or might not have been related to iran's nuclear program was struck by explosions which did not appear coincidental and at least four other iranian. Nuclear scientists have met violent ends since two thousand ten to killed by car bombs one by a motorcycle. Bomb one shot dead. In most instances iran blamed israel and israel denied involvement while also making it as clear as it could be regarded even the faintest prospect of a nuclear armed iran as intolerable almost ziff inviting tehran to take the hint and a is at least arguable. Most infact saudis college was marked in two thousand eighteen when israeli intelligence highsted from a warehouse in tehran thousands of files pertaining to iran's nuclear program when israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu announced his feet. He mentioned zadeh by name. A key. part of the plan was to form new organizations to continue the work. This is how dr moosa farkas the of project about put remember that name a day so along with the questions of who and how there is another why in particular wine now whoever killed most fuck resolve will have known that iran would feel obliged to retaliate or at least threatened to retaliate. And that this would make any kind of diplomacy with tehran difficult. Whoever killed muslims will also have understood that a window to such engagement might have been about to open interior. Vashon sean medicare dishman salvage assassination shows. The enemies are experiencing anxious weeks feeling. That the pressure's fading away. And the world circumstances a change a heart. The camby share shadow. It's johnny you're gonna with the swearing in of a new american president who has sounded keen on returning the us to the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal with iran out of which the current president flounced of the possible consequences. All fockers ought is death to seem reasonably certain one that iran's nuclear ambitions whatever they may actually be will have been hinted at least some ought to that. Compromise with iran will be less likely someone somewhere will be considering this a win win
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"3 to 5 FT. Above normal tide levels and outside of that widespread areas of 4 Ft. Of storm surge flooding. The storm has been in the Gulf of Mexico since crossing over South Florida Sunday. The Tampa Bay region is home to more than 3.5 million people. Stocks closed, mostly hired today. The NASDAQ was up 232 points, but the Dow closed down 23 points today. You're listening to NPR. The aid group. Doctors Without Borders is recruiting emergency help for nursing homes in France officials they're saying they've had more covert 19 deaths that those facilities this month Reported. In all previous months of the pandemic combined group issuing an appeal for medic psychologists and other volunteers to work in nursing homes in the Paris region coordinator for the group says they're hoping to take some of the pressure off overstretched regular staff. The International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran's nuclear programme continues to exceed limits set in a nuclear deal made with several countries. NPR's Jeff Brown feel has the latest Confidential III, a report obtained by Reuters. The piece says that Iran has accumulated over 2400 kg of low enriched uranium. That's 12 times the amount laid out in the Iran deal, which sought to restrain Iran's nuclear program in exchange for relief from economic sanctions. The U. S withdrew from the deal in 2018, and since then, Iran has been breaking limits laid out in the agreement. Recent satellite photos also suggest it is building a new underground facility following apparent sabotage at its main enrichment site. Some analysts believe that Iran is a matter of months away from getting the material it needs for a nuclear weapon should it choose to pursue one Jeff Broomfield. NPR NEWS Washington Google parent company Alphabet says it will begin limiting the number of high quality photos users can store in the company's backup cloud service.
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The campaign has filed in Michigan and Pennsylvania. Because what we're asking in those cases is for the court to intervene and have an injunction that stops those states from certifying the results until we can be heard on the merits. The certification date for both Pennsylvania and Michigan is November 23rd president elect Aidan is leading in Pennsylvania by more than 47,000 votes. And in Michigan. His lead is over. 146,000 bucks is John Decker in Washington, Georgia will begin a hand recount of presidential ballads, with unofficial results showing President Trump trailing President elect Joe Biden by about 14,000 votes, with a margin being so close. It will require a full by hand recount in each county Secretary of State Brad Grafton's Berger says he expects the hand recount to take until the 20th of this month President Trump today projected to win in Alaska getting him the state's three electoral votes. International inspectors say Iran continues violating the terms of a nuclear agreement. Inspectors at the UN's nuclear watchdog say Iran is notching up more and more serious violations of its international nuclear deal. The country has been openly breaching the agreement in recent years after the U. S, pulled out and re imposed sanctions. The International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran stockpile of uranium continues to grow Its now more than 12 times larger than the deal allows on DH uranium is also more highly enriched. Fox's Simon known in London, a mixed day on Wall Street, with the Dow, closing lower in the NASDAQ, showing modest gains. America is listening to Fox News like www. PC Mobile News on the level on the go. The governor now is taking a targeted approach. Sonny in 45 degrees clear and colder tonight.
U.N. atomic watchdog: Iran continues to increase stockpile of low-enriched uranium past nuclear deal limits.
"Meantime, Iran continues to stockpile of low enriched uranium well beyond the limits set in the landmark international nuclear deal. That news comes as the UN's atomic watchdog agency, which also says Iran is enriching that uranium to greater purity than allowed. Despite that, the International Atomic Energy Agency says the Iranian government is still giving you n inspectors full access to its nuclear sites. The U. S pulled out of the 2015 nuclear deal that promises Iran economic incentives in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program. Since the U. S withdrawal and tougher new sanctions, Tehran has been pushing for help with its
UN agency: Iran uranium stockpile still violates atomic deal
"Iran continues to stockpile a low enriched uranium, even though it's well beyond the limits set in that landmark nuclear deal that the US has pulled out of. The news comes from the UN's atomic watchdog agency, which also says Iran is enriching that uranium to a great to a greater purity than allowed. Despite that, the International Atomic Energy Agency says the Iranian government is still giving you n inspectors full access to its nuclear sites. The 2015 nuclear deal promises On economic incentives in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program. Since the U. S withdrawal and tougher new sanctions were imposed. Tehran has been pushing for help. With its withered
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on KQED Radio
"An International Atomic Energy Agency conference in Vienna today. Ali Akbar Salehi, who leads Iran's nuclear agency, said the Haram believes the agreement is worth preserving. But he also says keeping the global packed alive has been a struggle. Since President Trump withdrew the US from it in 2018. The US has since imposed more sanctions on Iran. US stocks are sharply lower this hour. The Dow Jones industrial average falling 766 points since the Open 2.7%. It's a 26,891. The NASDAQ is down 1.3%. This is NPR. Live from Kait Q. E D news on Brian what the mayor of East Palo Alto is calling on San Mateo County to provide additional support in addressing the city's Hiko vid 19 positivity rate, The largely black and brown community has been hit especially hard by the pandemic cooties. Julie Chang has more Covitz 19 positivity rate in East Palo Alto is over 15% more than three times higher than the county average. Nearly two thirds of the East Palo Alto population is Hispanic or Latino and the 10th is black, according to Mayor Regina Wallace Jones. We do supply the region with essential workers. That is a hallmark of our city, and it has been since it's Inc. That we have higher exposure. Wallace Jones says the high density housing as well as the undocumented and uninsured populations who lived there also contribute to the higher positivity rate. She says. The city has been focused on ramping up testing since May to get a clear look at how the virus is affecting their population. I'm Julie Chang Four men were stabbed and seriously injured in Fremont over the weekend. This happened on Stockton way early yesterday morning. Police say the stabbings were the result of an ongoing dispute. They said members of one group of men confronted another group. The two sides argued in a fight broke out. The hospitalized victims were stabilized and are expected to survive. In sports. The Giants beat the A's 14 to 2. So the AI still haven't clinched the American League West. The eyes are off today. The Giants host Iraqis at 6 45. The 40 Niners beat the Jets 31 2 13, but several players left with injuries, including Nick Bosa and Jimmy Garoppolo. I'm Brian Watt Media News. Support for NPR comes from see three c three dot I software and April's organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale. Solving previously unsolvable business problems. Learn more. It's C three Dottie I and by the listeners and supporters of VD Public radio. It is day one of our fall fundraiser Support Forum right now, If you haven't any amount will work. $5 a month is a sustaining member 1 809 378850 make a one time gift or a monthly gift you could do so online. Adq.
Iran's enriched uranium stockpile '10 times limit'
"The UN's atomic watchdog agency says Iran continues to increase its stockpile of enriched uranium in violation of limitations set in the landmark 2050 nuclear deal with world powers. The International Atomic Energy Agency reporting today in a confidential document distributed to member countries and seen by The Associated Press that Iran as of August, 25th had stockpiled twenty one hundred twenty one hundred 5 kg or about 2.32 tons of low enriched uranium up from about 1.73 tons. Last reported on May 20th.
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on WTOP
"Headed toward New York Avenue with Lane's reported to be available to you and no other issues there. Rob Stole worth w T o p TRAFFIC R w GOP four day forecast with storm team forced Chuck Bell all is quiet in the weather apartment for the rest of your Wednesday. All sunshine northwesterly breezes today will keep the humidity levels down in the comfortable range highs today will be in the mid to upper eighties but again a nice day to be outside tomorrow, the niceness goes away because the humidity comes back in a big jump in temperatures, too. Today will be in the mid to upper eighties tomorrow 95 to 97 degrees and the Heat index with all that sunshine tomorrow could jump over 100 degrees Friday will also be hot with eyes near 95 a heat index near 100, but clouds will start to spread into the area on Friday. There's a least a small chance for rain later on Friday afternoon Saturday, temperatures will stay in the eighties. It'll be cloudy all day, and there's a chance for some rain earlier on today, but a risk unfortunately of some heavy rain, which will have a flooding concern. Saturday night. I'm storm team for meteorologist Chuck Bell for w T O P 78 Sunny right now in the nation's capital temperature is heading to the mid to upper eighties. It's 11 51 new this morning, the U. N nuclear watchdog agency says. Tehran has agreed to allow inspectors into two sites where Iran is suspected of having stored or used undeclared nuclear material. The International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran was voluntarily providing the IAEA a with access to those locations. It says dates, though for the inspections had been agreed. One. We're not certain yet when they will take place. Iran had been resisting providing access to the sites, which were thought to be from the early two thousand's. Before it's signed the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers Iran had been maintaining that the IAEA had no legal basis. To visit those sites. Russian opposition leader Alexey.
Iran to Allow U.N. Inspections of Previously Blocked Nuclear Sites
"Nuclear watchdog agency says officials in Iran will allow some inspectors in according to the International Atomic Energy Agency, the inspectors will have access to two sites where Iran is suspected of storing or using undeclared nuclear material. The agency says it's agreed on the dates for these inspections, but did not elaborate on when those states would be now before signing the Iran nuclear deal back in 2015. Iran has resisted access to the sites, claiming the agency had no legal basis for visiting them.
UN atomic watchdog chief heading to Iran; seeks more access
"They had of the U. N. set Tomic watchdog agency says it will head to Toronto next week to press Iranian authorities for access to sites where the country is thought to have stored or used undeclared nuclear material it will be the first visit to Iran international atomic energy agency director general Rafael grossi since he took office last December and comes amid intense international pressure on the country over its nuclear program the focus will be on access to sites thought to be from the early two thousands before Iran signed the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal with world powers Iran maintains the IAEA inspectors have no legal basis to inspect these sites the Iranian delegation at two international organizations in Vienna tweeted that he hopes the visit will lead to reinforce mutual cooperation I'm sorry I shockingly
UN agency: Iran violating all restrictions of nuclear deal
"Well a confidential document obtained by the Associated Press says Iran is violating all restrictions in its nuclear agreement twenty fifteen multinational deal had limited the country to a stockpile of just under four hundred fifty pounds but the document by the international atomic energy agency says that as of may twentieth Iran's stockpile of low enriched uranium totaled more than one point seven tons the US withdrew from the Iran deal back in twenty
Iran’s Uranium Stockpile Swelled During Virus Pandemic Lockdown
"One continues its elevated rate of nuclear fuel production last quarter even as the corona virus pandemic forced it to shut down much of the economy the country store low enriched uranium increased by more than fifty percent over the past three months that's according to an international atomic energy agency report seen by Bloomberg it's enough of the heavy metal to create two bombs if Iran chose to enrich the material to weapons grade
UN scientists looking to nuclear techniques to create lifesaving COVID-19 vaccine
"His job you don't see advertised everyday radiating Nico Vid nineteen viruses. Just one of the extraordinary tossed from the to do list right now of headache vallone from the International Atomic Energy Agency. Who's doing whatever he can to help. Countries from the deadly pathogen in interview by Skype with you and uses Daniel Johnson. He shares his assessment of the new corona virus and explains how nuclear drive techniques could save hospitals precious time when treating sick patients that vantage that we have in. Alabama cheese does that. We are able to transfer the know. How in the expertise directly from Alabama Richie to other participating abortuaries wherever they are in the world we have dispersed out technologies to forty five countries in Africa nine thousand nine countries in Asia something like twenty seven countries in Europe and the Balkans and nine countries in central and Latin America. Can you tell me about how you love's actually eliminate these viruses? Then there's two approaches. The one is that we are currently looking at irradiating. The covert virus the pathogen itself to see if we can inactivate through certain extent where it can be used as vaccine or a model vaccine this however is in very very initial stages and it's still a long way to go but this is one way that we can apply the nuclear technologies the other way that we can apply. The nuclear technologies is indirectly in sterilizing. Let's say the protection gear and the protection equipment and the protection utilities using the hospitals and visionary practices which normally in the traditional ways can take four to eight days to stabilize these equipment. While irradiation it could be in a couple of hours and this technology isn't dangerous. Philip technicians. No it's very. Very level irradiation disaggregation does not make the object radioactive. It is just a source to sterilize. The material very much like in food safety where we irradiate food products which is a much longer shelf life because the radiation only destroy the pathogens and not the quality of the ingredients of the food very much the same in this case. So there's no radioactive source or result there from your research so far. How does this corona virus outbreak competitor previous epidemics like these cells in most episodes they have different epidemiological distributions and different characters? In the case of SARS two thousand three the spread was very limited and we had something like eight hundred dates in total and then the virus sort of imploded and it didn't spread further because the actions were such divided spray was not as aggressive as we are now in the case of the merced grown of virus came from we speak bets into the camel population and in the Komo population. It circulates the camels are the host and sporadically. It is being transmitted to humans which they invaded daily transmitted from human to other humans. In the case of the present covert. Nineteen Corona virus outbreak. It also came from bets. We suspect how it came into the human population we. We are not exactly sure but what we do know is that the epicenter of thirst. Outbreak was a wild market in John in the hallway by province and they ended spread from there from human to human now. The dynamics of this prison outbreak is such that it speaks very easily from human to human via droplets or aircel in close contact between people and it infects the lower respiratory tract of these people. Do you have a feeling for how virulent this corona virus is having studied it in the lab? Well I cannot say that. It is more or less virulent. It's just different modes of transmission. It is much easier to transmit that this particular corona virus than other corona viruses are the type of corona viruses. As you know there's also common cold that's caused by by corona by grown virus but it is not as pathogenic as this one to give you the example of let's say mortality rate a deadliness of the different viruses bazaars corona virus of two thousand three at the mortality rate of ten percent. Which means that one out of ten people infected with it died in the case of the nurse Corona virus one from camels to humans thirty percent or almost thirty percent of the humans die that get infected with his fires at the prison population. Newbie demure logical data that we have for the prison. Nineteen Corona virus is that it has a mortality rate of between two point five and three percent so it means that two and a half people out of hundred people that are infected with this virus die of it so pathogenic wise it is not as severe as the previous two but in terms of its ease of transmission and ease of spread this much much more aggressive last question. How has the pandemic affected your training work? You were supposed to hold a session this week weren't you? It is true we were supposed to have on Monday. The twenty eight I two week. Training course out of four training courses which was grandchil- scheduled on a monthly basis. Starting from Monday the first one on Monday will be postponed but this the second third and fourth training courses are still in place depending of course on the travel restrictions and the situation at the time so we are very flexible in that sense. In the meantime we are sending out the needed. Reagents equipment to member states. We are in contact with them to evaluate the country's proficiencies and we try and support them as much as we can do enable them to utilize these technologies for the benefit of the diagnostic
Iran has 3 possible undeclared nuclear sites: UN watchdog
"One the U. N.'s nuclear watchdog says Iran has nearly rippled its stockpile of enriched uranium since November that would be in violation of its deal with world powers discovery raising new questions about possible nuclear related activities an undeclared nuclear material at three locations in the country the international atomic energy agency says Iran has refused to answer its questions about
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on KOMO
"Was not vide- Optimus tick and does not provide optimistic. Perspective, put a future government. This is what I believe is happening to the national community. That's his people think twice before they talked to the United States because they know that what the agreed today, may not hold tomorrow. The International Atomic Energy agency said Iran is in compliance with the original nuclear deal. But the EA is also raising questions about new centrifuges in Iran, and the US has accused Iran or its proxies of sabotaging four oil tankers near the Persian Gulf charges. A reef disputes, if the United States decides to declassify some of its intelligence if they show images which some officials say system of cruise missiles being put on small Iranian boats, will you simply dismiss that enough believe it not you see this place? The Persian footed reason. It's next was, we have the right to defend. Just imagine if it on to come to California over to come to Florida coast. How do you feed? How would you treat that these ships are located very close to our voters? We have the right to put whatever missiles, we to put on you've talked about esscalation, and that there would be Dana. Juris consequences. What kind of consequences? Are you talking about United.
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on KCRW
"Sony says Saudi Arabia kept at it. Let's countries were walking away from nuclear, but they decided look this is our long-term plan, which she finds a little puzzling given that the country is perfectly suited for other kinds of less costly electricity production, particularly renewables, they have these vast deserts the pretty. Easy. I would think to put out big solar farms squad Sony's background is in arms control. And she's worried that Saudi Arabia might be interested in nuclear technology for a different reason nuclear weapons why. Because of their chief rival in the region is wrong. Its nuclear program has had military dimensions in the past. According to the International Atomic Energy agency, speaking last year on CBS is sixty minutes Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin salon said if Iran got a nuke Saudi Arabia would too. The. Saudi Arabia does not want to acquire any nuclear bomb. But without a doubt if Iran developed a nuclear bomb, we will follow suit as soon as possible. Been someone's words matter because Saudi Arabia's nuclear plans are moving from paper to reality. Recent satellite images show construction is underway on its first research reactor on the outskirts of Riyadh Aaron Stein is director of the Middle East program at the foreign policy research institute, he says this new reactor is too small and too low power to be of any use embalm making this is not something a country with engage upon for a weapons program. In fact, even large civilian nuclear power plants can't be used easily to make bombs, but there are other parts of a civilian nuclear program that can im- particular if Saudi Arabia decides it wants to make its own fuel for its nuclear reactors instead of buying it on the open market that would require enriching uranium which uses..
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"All right. Welcome back. Hot notes. Okay. Guys today. Jordan has a story about the Trump inaugural, bud. I Jah Lisa. You have an update on the Middle East Marshall plan. Yes. So according to new satellite images Saudi Arabia is within months of completing its first nuclear reactor. However, it has yet to show any willingness to abide by international regulations, preventing them for making a bomb. The reactor is located in the king Abdulaziz city for science and technology, which is on the outskirts of Riyadh and the satellite images of the site were taken by a former director of nuclear inspections, Robert Kelly. He confirmed that it is very small thirty kilowatt research reactor that is almost finished Kelly said, quote, I would guess they could have it all done with the roof in place and the electricity turned on within a year and Kelly knows what the fuck he's talking about since he worked for the International Atomic Energy agency for over three decades, the satellite images also show that a ten meter high steel tubular vessel. Which will likely contain the new cliff nuclear fuel has been constructed and more work is being done on the ground surrounding it. And I love that. It's a tubular wrestle because in the seventies to Menton cool now just means scary eighties. Yeah. I'm basically totally T-bill every four ninety s to me valley girl thing. It's totally to. Oh. Yeah. So. Yeah. Clear now Kelly also said the main purpose of the research reactor would be to quote train nuclear technicians, which would be crossing a red line. Because at this point Saudi Arabia is supposed to undergo inspections by the International Atomic Energy agency. But so far they refuse to comply. Bloomberg was the first to publish these satellite images. Bloomberg's kind of killing it with these stories and all of this is happening while the US department of energy granted seven permits for the quote transfer of sensitive nuclear information, by US businesses to the Saudi government, not to mention secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, an energy secretary..
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"John Scott. President Trump continues to question the validity of the special counsels Russia investigation, he spoke on Fox News business at works mornings with Maria. We've gone through this nonsense because there's no collusion with Russia. You know that better than anybody and Izzo obstruction? They'll say, oh, well, wait. There was no collusion that was a hoax, but he obstructed in fighting against the hawks. Okay, bed report expected to be released soon, dotted state city Iran with new sanctions the new American sanctions target thirty one Iranian scientists technicians and companies that have been affiliated with the country's nuclear weapons program. They also subject to anyone outside Iran doing business with the thirty one to US sanctions Tehran agreed in two thousand fifteen to give up atomic weapons research and the International Atomic Energy agency says it's biding by that promised that the US pulled out of the court and Washington claims a secret Iranian archive shows that preserves the results of its nuclear weapons research. The announcement comes with secretary of state, Mike Pompeo on a visit to Lebanon, where he is warning against the influence of the Iranian-backed group Hezbollah I'm Warren Levinson, also until dot com less than a week after a series of critical tweets from the press. Over an Ohio plant closure. General Motors announcing plans to four hundred jobs and build a new electric vehicle at a factory north of Detroit. General motors. Ceo, Mary Barra we made this important decision as we evaluated our EV product plans and our US manufacturing capabilities. This new Chevrolet EV is part of a larger strategy to introduce several new battery electric vehicles during the next several years company will spend three hundred million at its plant in orientation ship, Michigan on Wall Street. Stocks remain sharply lower. The Dow is off three hundred eighty three points. The NASDAQ down.
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Data the iranian problem is with european is the fact they really don't know what is your criteria for years and years and years you are inviting iran to respect international rules regulations and organizations on the nuclear issue it is clear the sole agency responsible to assess and to give a statement on nuclear program of any country in the war is international atomic energy agency this is an also the united nations security concept when we have reached a deal the from the day of implementation january twenty sixteen by international atomic energy agency a steve eleven pie i and publicly that iran has fully complied with its commitment within the nuclear deal and there is no evidence of violating the deal and agreement at all just want to get this clear mr ruhana indicated that if he doesn't get satisfaction in terms of the the four four plus one signature is sticking to the jcp oh as it currently stands if he doesn't get satisfaction he's going to press the green light on iran ramping up its uranium enrichment program in its various nuclear programs immediately and the implication is that iran is in a position where it can not just restart the program but it can massively expanded very quickly is that true if the us is going to withdraw from the deal if europeans are not going to implement their commitments and violate the deal if the five plus one they cannot deliver the commitments it is really justified for iran to depart from the deal because the deal implemented unilaterally from the iranian side and this is not realistic to expect iran unilaterally to implement the deal wide and if europe us and other world powers they cannot deliver their commitments this is number one number two imagine europeans also they would not be able to deliver and they would fail they would follow the us and they would they would have to stop their economic relations with iran or to minimize it and so then they would push it onto leave the deal but iran is member of nonproliferation treaty iran would remain as member of nonproliferation treaty dick the main criteria is nonproliferation treaty as long as iran is going to be member of nonproliferation treaty as long as iran is going to a two pair meet the ira inspectors to visit its nuclear program based on safeguard and regulations therefore why there should be a war the other members of n petit how one hundred eighty members of the only complying with safeguard agreement.
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"International atomic energy agency to mark the most intrusive and rigorous inspection regime ever devised an obligation on iran that lasts until twenty forty the has should not underestimate the impact of these measures the interval needed for iran to make enough weaponsgrade uranium one nuclear bomb is known as the breakout time under the deal iran's breakout time has trebled or even quadrupled from a few months to at least a year and the plutonium pathway to a weapon has been blocked completely for as long as iran abides by the agreement and the ira has publicly reported its compliance iran's compliance nine times so far then britain will remain a party to the jcp away jcp oh as an international agreement painstakinglynegotiated over thirteen years are the both republican and democratic institutions at enshrined in un resolution two to three one britain has no intention of walking away instead we will cooperate with the other parties to ensure the what iran continues to restrict its nuclear program then it's people will benefit from sanctions relief in accordance with the central bargain of the deal the british foreign secretary boris johnson in london earlier today late this afternoon i talked to washington times white house reporter david boyer about the us withdrawal from the iran nuclear deal my first question does the president feel isolated or emboldened based on international reaction.
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"We've got blue skies over boston sixty eight degrees right now good afternoon i'm kendall buhl we'll take a look at traffic and weather together and just a couple minutes we begin though or that announcement just ninety minutes away on the iran nuclear deal president trump saying he will tell the american public at two o'clock whether the us will continue to honor what he has previously called the worst deal in the history of deals so far this afternoon the president has reportedly been revealing his decision in calls with allies nearly all of whom support the agreement will have more live from cbs in just about fifteen seconds meanwhile on twitter president trump wrote that he is planning to speak also today with china's president see jen ping who has been in talks with north korean leader kim jong un as far as the iran nuclear deal the latest cbs news update president trump has not held back when talking about the iran nuclear deal i think it's going to go down as one of the worst deals in the history of this country may be of the world in about ninety minutes he's due to make a highly anticipated announcement cbs is kylie atwood says it seems clear he'll move to pull the us out of the deal expect that he is going to begin orchestrating the us exit of the iran deal and this isn't an easy thing to do there are a lot of moving parts here in how it decides to orchestrate its exit in a tweet this morning mr trump blasted john kerry who negotiated the deal and has been persuading american allies to stand firm in recent days today as we sit here before the president makes his decision iran is living by the international atomic energy agency the agency says they're living up to it and we have the inspectors to know it cbs news update i'm steve kathan the state's highest court is hearing arguments today or jing the justices to throw out more convictions tied to a state drug lab in amherst wbz sheri small has the latest chusetts american civil liberties union in the state's public defenders agency want even more convictions thrown out tied to former chemists sonia for rock who was convicted in two thousand fourteen of stealing drugs from the amherst lamb to feed her own addiction and admitted to.
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Allegations already dealt with by the international atomic energy agency a middle east correspondent tom bateman reports from jerusalem mister netanyahu was emphatic in his claim that iran not only lied but stored and expanded its nuclear weapons knowhow despite the two thousand fifteen deal afterwards president trump said it vindicated his belief that tehran would seek nuclear weapons in less than a decade but western intelligence agencies and the un's nuclear watchdog were aware for several years of the weapons program to which mr netanyahu referred aho the french ambassador to washington said the details he outlined past iranian nuclear activity were in fact an argument in favor of the agreement not against it last night the british government has one of the signatories to the deal said it was not naive about iran's nuclear intentions which was why the inspections regime was one of the most robust in history president trump has delayed a decision on whether punitive tariffs on steel and aluminium imports will be imposed on britain and other e u countries temporary exemptions from twentyfive percent tariff on steel and ten percent on aluminium would g to end last night but will now be extended until the first of june the department for international trade described the exemptions as positive and said it would continue to work towards making them permanent a minimum price for alcohol has come into force in scotland it's been set at fifty pence per unit the scottish government believes it will lead to fewer hospital admissions and alcohol related deaths a seven hundred millimeter milliliter bottle of vodka which could be purchased for around ten pounds in some supermarkets can't now be sold for less than thirteen pounds i'll scotland correspondent james shore reports from glasgow evidence suggests that scotland may have a more difficult relationship with alcohol than other parts of the united kingdom in two thousand sixteen seventeen percent more alcohol was sold per adult compared to england wales official figures indicate that last year there were more than eleven hundred deaths linked with alcohol in scotland the scottish government believes the introducing a minimum price per unit could reduce that total by more than fifty in the first year alone it will certainly make the cheapest types of alcohol significantly more expensive the initiative will be closely watched elsewhere wales and northern australia all planning to bring in forms of minimum pricing.
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Share it with other countries and we'll share it with the international atomic energy agency see folks the key here is that the iranians of always denied that they had a nuclear weapons project they always denied it even before when the un inspectors would come in they denied it and so the point here is you have a house of cards a pile of lies that were spoken again and again and again by our own administration as a basis for getting a deal in my view and unconstitutional deal 'cause they slip past the treaty provisions to get a deal with iran i mean this is when you think about the obama administration in the domestic surveillance in the abuse by the fbi the highest levels with the faisal warrant the unmasking of american citizens including mike flynn when you think about the obama administration in the lies at perpetrated against the american people serious very serious lies violations of law obstruction of provision of information lies promptly iran deal and their side deals it has to be the worst administration in modern american history bar none if not in american history and president trump is trying to unravel the damage that obama did whether it's with iran north korea china russia or what have you and so this is a huge revelation by the israeli government on what the iranians were doing in the lead up to the she's in the lead up to the and the deal itself and here's the mission statement design produce and.
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The eyes of the iranian of the international atomic energy agency hurry lately building in nuclear arsenal were at these putting all the ingredients together so that they can follow what north korea did back in the day both the negotiation sorry bought the deal and build their own nuclear capability they have been entirely destabilizing every aspect of the middle east and taking over very quickly we cut and run under the obama administration despicably from iraq iran pretty much thoroughly took over major parts of territory afghanistan iran has been doing quite well look at syria in recent hours we're talking about 24th thirty six hours ago the assad regime in syria on the iran on the israellebanon border finally took over the rebelheld territory in the golan heights ran a right next to the israeli golan heights and now actually i ran well they say technically as the assad regime but we know who they really are which is the the iranian revolutionary guards and hasbullah they now control critical territory on the israeli border and they control much of syria all thanks to obama's nuclear deal with the iranians nearly also see that i hezbollah it turns out may have been working havoc not just in the middle east not just in central and south america where we know that they have been engaged in the drug trade but we had a president who very possibly told the justice department to our shut down an investigation of hezbollah wheeling and dealing drugs including possibly into the united states of america iran and the iranian octopus has extended their tentacles everywhere now do you think by the way that they don't have sleeper agents inside america you think that what we have an open border for how many decades illegals can sneak right or really cross radim remember that reporter who put on a new summa bin laden uniform with a mask that looked like a terrorist and walked right across the border so you don't think that the iranian revolutionary guards which excels in international terrorism didn't already get some of their sleeper agents inside the united states they've got to be stopped they've got to be stopped now and we have.
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Behind a manchester new hampshire apartment complex in connection with the disappearance of a woman more than thirty years ago investigators say they are acting on a tip in the case of denise denno twenty five year old went to a private social club in june of nineteen eighty and never returned the mother of two lived on the same street as another woman who vanished a year later that hampshire attorney general's office says there does not seem to be any connection between the two cases of the death toll climbed dramatically after an earthquake shakes iran and iraq this weekend laundered forty five are confirmed dead more than seventy three hundred others hurt holly williams's following the race to help survivors from istanbul are reports that seventy thousand people are now are in need odd emergence has celta i'm not how things just as a wings that is closing they are apparently still searching for survivors and there are reports this morning that there may have been landslides caused by the earthquake which will of course a hamper rescue effort this was a magnitude seven point three earthquake it struck yesterday the government now of iran declares tomorrow a national day of mourning iran is getting good marks from the un agency monitoring tehran's compliance with the nuclear treaty the international atomic energy agency says iran is keeping its end of the deal the agency reports no violations and said iran was honoring its commitment to restrict uranium enrichment president trump as opposed to the deal and has accused iran of violating it many times wbz news time four twenty one rain in boston just thirty seven degrees or clouds and down camp conditions for several more hours details coming up.
"international atomic energy agency" Discussed on KKAT
"And there there are a number and then there's also the suspicion that perhaps they are still they're out sourcing nuclear activity to and they're still a state sponsor of terror tillerson wrote this just it the other day that iran remains a leading state sponsor of terror through many platform sms and methods then why the hell are we going with this dna this nuclear deal i mean there's there's no way they haven't co cooperate with the iaea that's the international atomic energy agency the i a e eh that is the that is the entity that is supposed to that isn't charged with cooperating and they slow land this is back in 2015 the iaea the agency responsible for investigating their nuclear program said that iran was on in compliance with the issue agreement with the united states they said it was worried about tehran's potential to develop weapons that chastised the country for for not being honest about the inquiry into their nuclear capabilities they said that they're the agency is concerned because they think iran has undisclosed nuclear related activities involving military related organisations they said for the past eighteen months they've been meeting with in britain and china france and germany and russia and the above about this is all back in 2015 and they say but even that they have not been they have not been complying at all they went after them slammed him for it and they still are there still look of why this still are not allowing them to visit anything it's still not allowing any inspections there is no compliance so it seems weird to me that that we would at all that this was a bit the president had blasted the agreement he did not want to recertify make no mistake he did not want to recertify rex tillerson was the is the leading advocate for the recertified caitian of this now i do trust mattis but i just i dunno madison mattis backed tillerson on recertification i do understand that everything is a strategy i like to to i i liked iskoe boss of the wall.