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Monitoring of Iran's nuclear developments ‘no longer intact’ - IAEA chief

Grossi’s public airing of grievances with Tehran is significant: The IAEA tries to keep any conflicts under wraps so as not to rock the diplomatic boat.

The Iranian flag waves in front of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) headquarters, befor

Bennett calls for action now, as IAEA chief heads to Iran in last-ditch effort to save JCPOA

The UN's nuclear watchdog chief will fly to Tehran for talks on reviving the Iran nuclear deal as the standoff between Iran and the West continures.

IAEA reports Iranian progress on uranium metal

"Iran should cease its nuclear escalations and return to negotiations toward full implementation" of the nuclear agreement, said US State Department spokesperson Ned Price.

By REUTERS
17/08/2021
Iranian workers stand in front of Bushehr nuclear power plant, 1,200 km south of Tehran

Iran claims sabotage of Iran Atomic Energy Organization failed - explainer

Despite Iranian claims, both in July 2020 and April 2021, the Islamic Republic initially lied to the global media in trying to downplay sabotage operations.

Ex-IAEA official: Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear plants won't stop threat

"It's important to bear in mind that Iran is not Syria or Iraq: It always has a backup plan."

Head of US agency overseeing nuclear weapons stockpile resigns

The action drew criticism from Senator James Inhofe, Republican chairman of the Armed Services Committee who praised Gordon-Hagerty and harshly criticized Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette.

By REUTERS
07/11/2020
The open reactor with fuel rods are seen in a water pool inside the nuclear power plant Muehleberg d

UAE launches start-up operations at first nuclear power plant

ENEC said its subsidiary Nawah Energy Company "has successfully started up Unit 1 of the Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant, located in the Al Dhafrah Region of Abu Dhabi."

By REUTERS
01/08/2020
Yukiya Amano

International Atomic Energy Agency head Yukiya Amano passes away

He had been preparing to leave his position in March, well before the end of his third four-year term, which ran until Nov. 30, 2021.

By REUTERS
22/07/2019
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