Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Iran May Have Fuel to Build Nuclear Bomb

American intelligence sources say Iran has enough nuclear fuel to create enriched uranium needed for a nuclear weapon, the American ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency claimed on Wednesday. In his statement to the IAEA Board of Governors meeting, Ambassador Glyn Davies claimed that Iran is moving "closer to a dangerous and destabilizing possible breakout capacity" in its uranium enrichment activity.

Read what the media has to say about the issue in the New York Times. For more in-depth resources on Iran from the IAEA, check out this "In Focus" web page or this nuclear power profile of Iran.

Want more resources? Check out our guide to energy and alternative fuels or our country guide to Iran.

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