NCRI - The Gulf States are concerned about the disappearance of the radioactive components in the nuclear power plant of Bushehr Southern Iran
A device that carried a nuclear radiation was lost in Bushehr power plant and this issue questioned the safety controls that have been exerted in the power plant. Bushehr nuclear power plant is located just a few kilometers far from the Gulf States.
NCRI - The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) told Iran on Thursday that it was risking the nuclear deal with the West by yet again exceeding the limit placed on a sensitive material, heavy water, Reuters reported.
The Board of Governors meeting in Vienna also saw the U.S. and Iran clash over the issue in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). U.S. Ambassador to the IAEA, Laura Holgate, said, "We note with concern Iran's accumulation of heavy water in excess of the limit set forth in the JCPOA of 130 metric tonnes."
The head of the United Nations agency that oversees the Iranian nuclear deal warned Tehran on Thursday to stick to the accord after it was found for the second time to have breached one of its terms, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The International Atomic Energy Agency said last week that Iran's regime had stockpiled slightly more than the allowable 130 metric tons of heavy water. Spent fuel can be taken from the heavy water to produce plutonium for a nuclear weapon.
Fox News has reported that Iran has violated a term of the nuclear deal regarding the country’s heavy water stockpile limit. The information was confirmed in a confidential report by the United Nations’ atomic watchdog on Wednesday which was the same day that Iran demanded the U.S. sticks to the nuclear deal.
The Associated Press saw the report just after the announcement that Donald Trump won the U.S. election when the Iranian regime warned the U.S. about honouring their side of the deal. Trump had previously said that the nuclear agreement was “the worst deal ever negotiated”.
NCRI - Discussing with Fox News the Iranian regime's execution of the nuclear scientist, Shahram Amiri, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton, said that the claim by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) that Amiri's death was a response to "unprecedented defections within its own ranks" needed to be taken "very seriously" by the U.S. intelligence services.
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), commonly known as the Iran nuclear deal, was signed in Vienna on July 14, 2015. It was widely promoted by U.S. and EU officials as a foreign policy breakthrough, although much of the detail was kept under wraps. Only now is the true picture beginning to emerge and it makes for disturbing reading, writes former European lawmaker Struan Stevenson.
The Obama administration should refrain from issuing export licenses for dual-use commercial-military aircraft being sold to the Iranian regime, U.S. Congressman Robert Pittenger wrote on Sunday in the Statesville Record and Landmark.
In a column for the paper, Rep. Pittenger wrote:
Do you think state sponsors of terrorism should be allowed to purchase commercial aircraft that could be used for military purposes?
Two days before the anniversary of the nuclear agreement between the Iranian regime and world powers, Tehran attempted to launch a new type of ballistic missile using North Korean technology, Fox News reported on Friday, citing multiple intelligence officials.
The test, in violation of a United Nations resolution, failed shortly after liftoff when the missile exploded, sources said. The effort occurred on the evening of July 11-12 near the Iranian city of Saman, an hour west of Isfahan, where the Iranian regime has conducted similar ballistic missile tests in the past.
Former Italian Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi has written an op-ed on the anniversary of the major world powers' nuclear deal with the Iranian regime, warning that current Western policy on Iran is empowering the regime and hindering those who seek to bring democratic change in Iran. In an article on Thursday in The Hill, Mr. Terzi said: