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World Nuclear Watchdog IAEA Ready to Send Inspectors to North Korea

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) declared on Monday that it is prepared to send nuclear weapons inspectors to North Korea, when and if the North Korea regime agrees to accept them. North Korea ejected IAEA inspectors from the country in 2009.

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Israel: IAEA Failed to Act on Iran’s ‘Secret Atomic Warehouse’

The Times of Israel reports: Israel told the United States and the International Atomic Energy Agency about the existence and contents of the previously unknown Iranian nuclear site whose presence was publicly revealed at the UN Thursday by Prime Minister

In this photo released by official website of the office of the Iranian Presidency, President Hassan Rouhani addresses the nation in a televised speech in Tehran, Iran, Monday, Aug. 6, 2018. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani struck a hard line Monday as the U.S. restored some sanctions that had been lifted …

Iran’s Former Ambassador Admits Regime Change Is Only Option for Iran

Iran’s former ambassador to Germany, Seyed Hossein Mousavian, made an argument on Ohio-based talk show Going Global with David Delgado on Monday evening that regime change is truly the only option for the Islamic Republic, because the nation will not change its behavior and “behave like a normal country” to have sanctions removed, as United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the Trump administration has suggested.

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Ayatollah Orders Iran to Prepare for Increased Uranium Enrichment

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Monday ordered his Atomic Energy Organization to prepare for weapons-grade uranium enrichment, bringing pressure against European powers desperate to keep the Iran nuclear deal alive after the U.S. withdrew last month.

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Peter Thiel’s Palantir Technologies a Crucial Element of Iran Nuclear Deal

Bloomberg News noticed an interesting wrinkle in the saga of the Iran nuclear deal as President Donald Trump prepared to make a major announcement on its fate Tuesday afternoon: Trump supporter Peter Thiel and his Palantir Technologies, Inc. provide crucial services for verifying Iranian compliance.

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South Korea: Kim Jong-Un to Invite International Experts to Nuclear Site Closure

A senior South Korean government official told reporters in Seoul on Wednesday that President Moon Jae-in believes that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un “understands” that denuclearizing his country would that require international inspectors receive access to the country’s nuclear test site.

US President Donald Trump wants to confront Iran over its ballistic missile program

Gorka: President Trump Unlikely to Recertify Iran Deal

Dr. Sebastian Gorka, chief strategist for the MAGA Coalition, joined SiriusXM host Alex Marlow for a full hour on Friday’s Breitbart News Daily to talk about the possible end of the Iran nuclear deal. Gorka said that “the jury is not out” on the potential recertification of the Iran nuclear deal in October.

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Iranian Official: U.N. Nuclear Agency Has No Right to Inspect Military Sites

A top Iranian official put the controversial Iran nuclear deal in doubt once again Tuesday when he warned the U.N. agency in charge of monitoring the Islamic regime’s compliance with the deal that it would not be allowed access to military sites, calling such hopes “a fabrication.”

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Nikki Haley: Trump ‘Has Grounds’ to Decertify Iran Nuclear Deal

United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley says President Donald Trump is both justified and has the authority to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal should the commander in chief decide not to re-certify the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) late next month.

Demonstrators pose behind fake prison bars as Iranian opposition protesters march during a rally to protest against executions in Iran. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is in France for a two-day official visit, in Paris, Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016. Rouhani's visit to Paris is focused on renewing trade ties, but France …

Iran Arrests A Dozen Nuclear Deal Negotiaters For Spying

TEL AVIV – At least a dozen senior Iranian officials who were part of negotiations for the U.S.-led nuclear deal were arrested by the Islamic Republic on espionage charges, an Iranian lawmaker said.

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Think-tank: IAEA Report on Iran ‘Borders On Deception’

The UN atomic energy agency’s latest report on Iranian compliance with the nuclear deal it reached with six world powers last year “borders on deception by omission,” a Washington, DC-based think tank said in an analysis published this week.

FILE - In this Aug. 21, 2010 file photo, an Iranian security officer directs media at the Bushehr nuclear power plant, with the reactor building seen in the background, just outside the southern city of Bushehr, Iran. State TV says the Guardian Council, Iran's constitutional watchdog, ratified a bill Wednesday, …

UN: Iran Violated the Nuclear Deal Again

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the United Nations’s nuclear watchdog group, reported on Wednesday that Iran has violated the terms of the nuclear deal again, exceeding a limit of 130 metric tons for heavy water. Iran exceeded the same limit last February.

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AP: Secret Iran Nuclear Deal Docs Lift Restrictions After 11 Years

Key restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program imposed under an internationally negotiated deal will ease in slightly more than a decade, cutting the time Tehran would need to build a bomb to six months from present estimates of a year, according to a document obtained Monday by The Associated Press.

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Iran Claims to Remove Core of Arak Heavy Water Reactor

AFP’s report on the possible decommissioning of the Arak heavy-water reactor in Iran is somewhat confusing, because it begins by factually stating that Iran has “removed the core of its Arak heavy water reactor and filled part of it with cement,” quoting a spokesman for the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization to that effect.

Technicians work at a uranium processing site in Isfahan 340 km (211 miles) south of the Iranian capital Tehran, March 30, 2005. France, Britain and Germany are considering letting Iran keep nuclear technology that could be used to make bombs, an apparent move towards a compromise with Tehran, diplomats said …

Royce: Obama ‘Whitewashing’ Iran Deal Revelations

House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) is blasting the Obama administration for “whitewashing” information on a potentially nuclear Iran because the revelations could damage the controversial Iran deal.

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IAEA: North Korea Apparently Building at Nuclear Site

North Korea appears to be renovating and building facilities at its Yongbyon nuclear site, a central element of its atomic weapons program, the U.N. nuclear agency’s head said on Monday.

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Iran Deal: Why Debbie Wasserman Schultz is Crying

Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz cried over the Iran deal on CNN’s State of the Union this weekend when she was asked by host Jake Tapper what she would say to fellow Jews who would say to her that she had “sold out Israel” by casting a vote in favor of the agreement.

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IAEA Says It’s Running Out of Money to Monitor Iran

The world’s nuclear watch dog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), says it is strapped for cash and needs at least $10 million to carry out the critical monitoring required of them in the Iranian nuclear deal.