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UN: Seized Iraq Nuclear Material Is No Risk

The Iraqi government appealed to the United Nations to step in when word came that terrorists had stolen nuclear material from the University of Mosul. The UN says there is no risk here. International Atomic Energy Agency spokesman Gill Tudor [pictured] was responding to a letter from Iraq’s U.N. Ambassador Mohamed Ali Alhakim to Secretary-General [...]

Japan Just Made China Nervous: Didn't Report 640 kg of Plutonium to IAEA

Japan failed to include 640 kg of unused plutonium in its annual reports to the International Atomic Energy Agency in 2012 and 2013, in what experts are terming an “inappropriate omission.”The stock is part of mixed plutonium-uranium...Show More Summary

The Roundup

- It is not just one country, but many as elites with pockets full of money are taking democracy into their own hands and crafting their own society - The job of the International Atomic Energy Agency of promoting nuclear power for good...Show More Summary

Iran isn’t complying with the interim deal

A fundamental requirement of the interim deal — Iran’s cooperation with International Atomic Energy Agency personnel — is not being fulfilled. The White House’s own fact sheet on the interim deal listed Iran’s obligations: Provide daily access by IAEA inspectors at Natanz and Fordow.  This daily access will permit inspectors to review surveillance camera footage to […]

Using antineutrinos to monitor nuclear reactors

When monitoring nuclear reactors, the International Atomic Energy Agency has to rely on input given by the operators. In the future, antineutrino detectors may provide an additional option for monitoring. However, heretofore the cumulative antineutrino spectrum of uranium 238 fission products was missing. Physicists have now closed this gap using fast neutrons.

Sensitive detection method may help impede illicit nuclear trafficking

WASHINGTON D.C., April 15, 2014 -- According to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) the greatest danger to nuclear security comes from terrorists acquiring sufficient quantities of plutonium or highly enriched uranium (HEU) to construct a crude nuclear explosive device. Show More Summary

Israel Accuses IAEA of Covering Up Details on Iranian Nuclear Weapons

Israel's Minister of Strategic Affairs, Yuval Steinitz, is demanding that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) release all of the information it gathered about Iran's potential nuclear weapons program, according to the Jerusalem Post. Show More Summary

IAEA conduct complicates Iran nuclear deal

5 months agoNews : The Great Debate

Iran is not the only party at fault. The International Atomic Energy Agency and even some of the 'P5+1' powers are also guilty of misconduct and unprofessionalism.

Iran Commits to 7-Step Nuke Agreement

Iran has agreed to boost the transparency of its nuclear program following talks with the UN's International Atomic Energy Agency. The country will provide information on its nuclear work in seven new steps to be taken by May 15, CNN reports; the agreement follows a six-step deal in November. Among...

Israel and Saudi Arabia on Same page re: Keeping Iran a Pariah

(Via Globalpost) Iran: The one issue Israel and Saudi Arabia can openly agree on (via GlobalPost) Enlarge An unidentified International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspector disconnects the connections between the twin cascades…

EU Lifts Iran Sanctions After Assurances On Nuclear Program

6 months agoNews : The Two-Way

Inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency report that Tehran has halted uranium enrichment, a key part of the sanctions deal agreed earlier this month.

Fukushima Nuclear Situation Still ‘Very Complex’ Despite Progress

The International Atomic Energy Agency has released preliminary findings following a second site visit and review at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.

Thieves Who Stole Truck With Cobalt-60 Will Likely Die From Radiation

The thieves who stole a truck transporting radioactive medical waste will likely die from the effects of radiation exposure, according to Mexican officials and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) The truck, which was on its way to a waste disposal facility, was stolen on Dec. Show More Summary

Daily Headlines: December 4, 2013

Argentina: Rioting and looting took place in Cordoba after the police in Argentina’s second-largest city went on strike and demanded higher pay. Mexico: According to the International Atomic Energy Agency a truck carrying “extremely dangerous” isotope cobalt-60 was stolen on Monday at a Mexican gas station. Show More Summary

Report: IAEA Stats Show Iranian Centrifuges Jumped 400% Under Obama

According to a new report from the International Atomic Energy Agency, Iran’s nuclear enrichment capabilities skyrocketed under President Obama’s administration. According to Fox News’ analysis of IAEA documents, “the vast majority of Iran’s enrichment capability came online during the Obama administration.” In 2007, Iran had 3,000 centrifuges. Show More Summary

Medical Radioactive Truck Stolen in Mexico

A truck carrying medical radioactive material has been stolen in Mexico, the UN's nuclear watchdog says. Mexico told the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that the truck was carrying a "dangerous radioactive source" used for cancer treatments when it was stolen on Monday. Show More Summary

Thieves Hijack Truck Carrying Radioactive “Dirty Bomb” Ingredients in Mexico

A truck carrying dangerous radioactive materials that could be used to assemble a "dirty bomb" was just stolen in Mexico, according to an announcement released by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) early this morning. The truck was hijacked in Tepojaco

Thieves In Mexico Steal Ingredients For Radioactive Dirty Bomb

The UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency has some bad news. It just announced that thieves in Mexico have stolen a truck carrying dangerous radioactive materials. In fact, they got their hands on all the ingredients they’d need to produce a radioactive dirty bomb. More »      

Truck Carrying 'Extremely Dangerous' Radioactive Material Hijacked In Mexico

A truck carrying radioactive waste has been stolen in a small town near Mexico City, Mexico according to the IAEA. The International Atomic Energy Agency says the truck was carrying cobalt-60, used for radiotherapy treatment to combat cancer. Show More Summary

Thieves in Mexico Just Stole Ingredients for a Radioactive Dirty Bomb

7 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The UN's International Atomic Energy Agency has some bad news. It just announced that thieves in Mexico have stolen a truck carrying dangerous radioactive materials. In fact, they got their hands on all the ingredients they'd need to produce a radioactive dirty bomb. Read more...

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