IAEA may send inspectors to Syria

Questions remain after suspected reactor site bombed by Israel.

IAEA (photo credit: Associated Press)
IAEA
(photo credit: Associated Press)
The IAEA may consider a special inspection of Syria to answer nagging questions over its nuclear activities, the US ambassador to the organization said Tuesday.
Glyn Davies said a number of countries on the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency's board of governors support plans to invoke the rarely used sanction.
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Like Iran, Syria is suspected of hiding weapons-related nuclear activities and has blocked access to a suspected nuclear site destroyed by Israeli warplanes in September 2007.
"We need to keep the focus very much on Iran — but stay tuned on Syria, because Syria I think would love to just stave off any serious action to get to the bottom of what they were doing," Davies told reporters in London.
A recent IAEA report said that uranium particles found at the Dair Alzour desert facility indicate possible covert nuclear activities. The finding supported Western allegations that the bombed target was a nearly completed nuclear reactor which the US alleges was of North Korean design and intended to produce weapons-grade plutonium.