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Iran complying with interim nuclear accord: IAEA

Press TV – April 17, 2014

The United Nations’ nuclear monitoring body says Iran is complying with the terms of an interim nuclear agreement struck between the Islamic Republic and six world powers late last year.

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Kenneth Fletcher
Nuclear Security and Deterrence Monitor (April 4, 2014 Edition)
Exchange Monitor Publications, Inc.

Photo Credit: Tom Jutte

The recent Nuclear Security Summit took important steps toward strengthening a regime beyond the summit process for protecting vulnerable material, though more work needs to be done to ensure progress in the future, nuclear security watchers said this week. 601 more words

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New Federal Indictment Over Iran Sanctions Breach Demonstrates Reach of Nuclear Disinformation

United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts Carmen Oritz
By Nima Shirazi | Wide Asleep in America | April 6, 2014

A brief news story posted by Reuters at 3pm on Friday afternoon…

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Discrimination in the Application of Nuclear Law

By Dan Joyner | Arms Control Law | April 1, 2014

It would be hard to find a more stark demonstration of how differently the IAEA and Western governments, led by the United States, have treated Iran and its nuclear program, as compared to other NPT NNWS who are under essentially the same legal obligations, than in the following couple of developments within the last week.

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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism

The False Intelligence Behind the “Manufactured Crisis” over Iran’s Nuclear Activities

By Gareth Porter | Going to Tehran | March 31, 2014

The world’s news media have long accepted without question the charge that Iran had for many years used its civilian nuclear program as a cover for a nuclear weapons program.

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The Iranian Threat That Never Was

By Sheldon Richman | Future of Freedom Foundation | March 26, 2014

If you take politicians and the mainstream media seriously, you believe that Iran wants a nuclear weapon and has relentlessly engaged in covert efforts to build one.

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U.S. to help in 'eliminating' sensitive Japanese nuclear stockpile . . . this calls for another "Oh, yeah?" ~J


THE HAGUE Mon Mar 24, 2014 12:49pm EDT

1 OF 4. U.S. President Barack Obama (R) and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attend the opening session of the Nuclear Security summit (NSS) in The Hague March 24, 2014. 864 more words