'IAEA suspects Iran may have tested advanced nuclear warhead tech'

IAEA suspects Iran may

November 6, 2009 04:42

The International Atomic Energy Agency has demanded that Iran explain evidence that it has experimented with advanced nuclear warhead technology, The Guardian reported overnight Thursday. According to the report, the technology, called "two-point implosion," is considered to be a secret in the US as well as the UK. It allows development of smaller, simpler warheads, which are easier to place on missiles than older designs. The paper reported that, according to an IAEA dossier, Iran may have experimented with the technology.

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