International Atomic Energy Agency

Iran Deal Adoption To Take Place Oct. 18, No Date Set Yet For Sanctions Relief

09/17/2015 - 20:00

Washington — The formal adoption of the Iran nuclear deal will be Oct. 18, but it is not yet clear how long it will take for Iran to satisfy conditions to relieve sanctions, top U.S. officials said.

White House ‘Confident’ In Agreement Having Iran Perform Its Own Inspections

08/19/2015 - 20:00

A White House spokesman said the administration was “confident” in an agreement that would have Iran’s own inspectors examine a suspected weapons site.

The Iranian Pressure Cooker

Israelis are anxious about nukes and a war, but most still keep it on the back burner.
08/27/2012 - 20:00
Israel Correspondent

Tel Aviv — In a sketch from a recent episode of the Israeli television satire “Wonderful Country,” a real-estate broker showing a property to a young couple boasts of a sea view but opens up the window to reveal a building façade.

“Ah, in June, none of this building row will be here,” the broker explains. “There’s that thing with Iran this summer. So everything works out, the bomb!”

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seen by his critics as banging the drum for a strike against Iran.  Photos by Getty Images

NY Times Editor Not Convinced Iran Working To Build A Bomb

I’ve been concerned of late by the New York Times’ coverage of the tensions among Israel, Iran and the U.S. So many of the reports leave the impression – an unfair one, I think -- that Israel is chafing at the bit to strike Iran’s nuclear sites, and what a bad idea that is.

Nuclear Site Identified in Syria, Report Claims

02/23/2011 - 19:00

JERUSALEM (JTA) -- A suspected nuclear site has been identified in Syria using commercial satellite photos.

The installation is said to be a nuclear conversion plant, according to the Washington-based Institute for Science and International Security, which published photos of the site in a report released late Wednesday.

The Institute's report indicates that Syria's nuclear program was much more advanced than previously thought when Israel bombed what was believed to be a nearly operational nuclear reactor in eastern Syria in 2007.

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