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Vienna Hosts Last Iran-IAEA Meeting on Nuclear Program's Military Dimension

Vienna to hold a last meeting on Tuesday between representatives of Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency.

Report: Iran's stockpile of enriched uranium has actually grown, despite the nuclear deal

Iran's stockpile of low-enriched uranium has increased in the past three months even though Tehran is supposed to reduce it significantly under a deal with major powers, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) determined in a confidential report Reuters saw on Wednesday afternoon. Show More Summary

2016 Mares Conference: Abstract submission reopened for researchers from developing countries working on ocean acidification

New deadline for abstract submission: 19 November 2015! The MARES Consortium, EuroMarine Network and International Atomic Energy Agency Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre (IAEA OA-ICC) are pleased to announce that the abstract submissions have reopened for researchers from developing countries working on ocean acidification. Show More Summary

UN Agency: Iran Approves Tougher Nuke Inspections

The United Nations atomic agency says Iran has agreed to allow greater monitoring of Tehran's commitment to the nuclear deal it signed with six world powers. The UN's International Atomic Energy Agency said Sunday that Iran will "provisionally apply" the agreement allowing for more intrusive inspections once the landmark July...

IAEA Statement on Roadmap Completion Signals Iran Provides All Nuclear Info

The International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) latest report on the completed roadmap clarifying past and present issues of Iran’s nuclear program signals a successful process toward implementing the Iran nuclear deal, a diplomatic source said on Thursday.

U.N. nuke chief pushes back against Iran probe critics

International Atomic Energy Agency head responds to criticism of letting Iranian experts take samples from suspected nuclear sites

IAEA reports 'significant progress' in inquiry of Iran's nuclear activities

The International Atomic Energy Agency has made "significant progress" in its investigation of Iran's nuclear activities, the head of the organization said Monday after a weekend visit during which United Nations officials were granted access to the controversial Parchin military site for the first...

IAEA Officials Say Iran's Nuclear Site Sampling Is "Fully In Line" With Internationally-Agreed Standards

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the United Nation's nuclear energy arm, asserted that it is "fully confident that the process and the result so far" of Iran's probe into their Parchin military complex has been "fully in...Show More Summary

IAEA: Iran Gave Us Nuke Test Samples, but It's OK

It's been 10 years since International Atomic Energy Agency reps have visited Iran's Parchin military site, but they were there yesterday to inspect a building and take environmental samples as part of their quest to keep a sharp eye on the country's nuclear machinations, Reuters reports. Yukiya Amano, the director...

IAEA Chief Visits Iranian Parchin Military Site

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Yukiya Amano visited the site of Parchin in Iran, together with the Head of the Department of Safeguards, according to the agency's press service.

IAEA Chief to Meet With Senior Iranian Officials in Tehran on Sunday

According to International Atomic Energy Agency, its Director General Yukiya Amano is leaving for Tehran on Saturday to hold several meetings with high-ranking Iranian officials the following day.

West Applying Double Standards Toward Iran’s Nuclear Program

Iran has always been aware that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is biased and US dominated, especially regarding its approach to the negotiations on the Iranian nuclear dossier, Sayed Hadi Sayyed Afqahi, a former Iranian diplomat and expert is strategic affairs, told Sputnik Arabic.

UN Sanctions Against Iran to Remain Until IAEA Affirms Nuclear Deal Applied

UN sanctions against Iran won't be lifted until International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) sends the report on the implementation of the nuclear deal to the UN, organization's official claimed.

New Report Debunks Conservative Media Myth That Iran Will Inspect Itself

Reuters is reporting that inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will be present while samples are taken from an Iranian military site suspected of harboring past work on nuclear weapon activities, citing two Western diplomatic sources. Show More Summary

Fox Reporter Repeats Debunked GOP Claim That Obama Is Withholding Iran "Side Deals" From Congress

Fox's Doug McKelway parroted a false claim made by congressional Republicans alleging that President Obama failed to provide Congress with the details of a "side deal" between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as part of the Iran nuclear deal. Show More Summary

Russia Concerned Over Confidential IAEA Reports Leak

Russia's Ambassador-at-Large and representative in the IAEA Board of Governors said that Russia is concerned over a leak of confidential reports of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the inability of the agency to prevent the leak.

Key reasons why opponents hate the Iran nuclear deal

Republicans in the House claim that the Obama administration has not provided Congress with the text of two so-called "side agreements" that the International Atomic Energy Agency negotiated with Tehran. The conservative RepublicansShow More Summary

Republican Revolt Stalls House Debate on Iran Nuclear Deal

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Republican critics said there were secret side deals between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency, and that the text of those deals had not been disclosed to Congress.

IAEA ‘Downplays’ Dangers of Fukushima Disaster – Greenpeace Japan

Greenpeace has accused the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) of downplaying the health risks of the 2011 Fukushima disaster in a recently released report, and accused the nuclear agency of acting in concert with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s attempts to "normalize" the disaster.

IAEA Training Course on Marine Ecosystems and Industries at Risk: Impact of Multiple Stressors, 9–27 November 2015, Monaco

Deadline for nominations through competent official authorities: 20 September 2015. Organizers The training course is organized by the Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). It will be hosted by IAEA Environment Laboratories in Monaco on 9-27 November 2015. Show More Summary

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