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Iran blocks IAEA camera installation at Natanz uranium enrichment plant
AFP via translation
| February 1, 2007
Posted on 02/01/2007 12:13:36 PM PST by HAL9000
Iran prevents the work of inspectors of the IAEA
VIENNA - Iran prevents inspectors of the IAEA from installing cameras of monitoring in a nuclear installation where Teheran wishes to place 3.000 centrifugal machines to enrich by uranium on industrial scale, diplomats Thursday indicated to AFP.
Inspectors of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) are currently with the nuclear installation of Natanz (center of Iran) where an underground site is in the process of construction.
TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: centrifuges; enrichment; iaea; iran; natanz; proliferation; uranium
posted on 02/01/2007 12:13:41 PM PST
IAEA to Iran:
"Thank You Sir, May I have another?"
posted on 02/01/2007 12:20:21 PM PST
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posted on 02/01/2007 12:28:59 PM PST
Looks like they're learning more and more from the North Koreans: Remove the cameras, prevent any real oversight, move to conducting nuclear tests, and suffer no consequences.
posted on 02/01/2007 12:43:15 PM PST
(The pen is mightier than the sword......until you fight someone.)
The fools are the ones that bought the cameras expecting Iran to allow them to be installed.
A waste of good money that could have bought bunker-busters to make it easier to keep track of what goes on at Natanz!!
posted on 02/01/2007 1:33:13 PM PST
(The Democrats are more afraid of American Victory than Defeat!)
I'm sure that's just fine by John Kerry. :-)
posted on 02/02/2007 1:06:45 PM PST
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