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IAEC director Ze'ev Senir warned international nuclear scientists that Syria and Iran are destabilizing the region through non-state actors.
Former President Shimon Peres is mourned by the Israel Atomic Energy Commission, which cites his contribution to the establishment of the Negev Nuclear Research Center.
Israel's Atomic Energy Commission opens a pavilion to exhibit its civilian nuclear technology at the 60th IAEA General Conference in Vienna.
Bob Levinson is abandoned as 5 U.S. hostages are freed from Iran on the nuclear deal "implementation day."
Kerry welcomed decision to stop investigating whether Iran's past nuclear weapons activity included a military component.
Iran lied and is still lying about its nuclear activity and the U.S. smiles and moves to lift sanctions.
IAEA head Yukiya Amano warns he cannot guarantee that all of Iran's nuclear material is dedicated solely to peaceful activities.
An Emirati business leader steps out on a limb to slam the nuclear deal sealed with Iran by U.S.-led world powers.
US Iran Deal supporters are fine with Iran, without any oversight, choosing own samples for analysis
Congress can sue the President for violating Corker-Cardin and hiding documentation of secret deals, but will it?
A report by the entity responsible for ensuring the peaceful development of nuclear energy worldwide and the one upon which the world depends for monitoring Iran's nuclear activity...
“This renewed activity occurring after the [signing of the deal] raises obvious concerns that Iran is conducting further [cleanup] efforts to defeat IAEA verification,” the ISIS think tank’s report states.
US Rep. Ed Royce introduces HJ Res. 64, a resolution of 'disapproval' to block implementation of IranDeal.
State Dept. claims Congress is "looped in," but IAEA head refuse to testify at Senate hearings.
The closer we get to June 30, the more Iran makes the "deadline for a deal look useless.
Iran's Zarif claims his country is the peaceful anchor in the region, while Israel is the evil danger.
Iran already has enough centrifuges for a nuclear weapon.
Is the West about to provide Iran with a major concession in order to reach an "historic" (but empty) deal?