As elections are set to begin in Iran, the country continues enrichment of uranium for its nuclear program, even as the Biden administration discusses reentering the Nuclear Deal
An Iraqi official confirmed that the Russian state corporation Rosatom would implement the project to build the nuclear reactors.
This is in response to reports that there was a warning of an "imminent radiological threat" following a build-up of krypton and xenon.
The letter warned that the nuclear reactor is leaking fission gas, but the Biden administration believes that the power plant is not yet a "crisis level."
The sixth round of talks kicked off with a meeting of remaining parties to the deal - Iran, Russia, China, France, Britain, Germany and the European Union - in the basement of a luxury hotel.
Iranian officials started to leak that they would like a deal by August, around when the country’s new president, who will be elected on June 18, actually takes office.
The Begin Doctrine ought to be understood in the context of Israel’s history and particular circumstances as a small country with no geographic depth, surrounded by enemies bent on its destruction.
Regional experts recommend harsher measures after US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Tehran is not prepared to comply with 2015 nuclear deal
"Will we be pushovers to Iran? Will we let it support and carry out terror? Destroy embassies?”
The Vienna-based IAEA now monitors North Korean activities at sites including the main nuclear complex at Yongbyon from afar, mainly using satellite imagery.