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  • Big powers aim to tackle any Iran bomb 'sneak-out' risk in nuclear talks

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Western strategists have long debated the specter of Iran "breaking out" - suddenly showing the ability to explode an atom bomb. But some see a "sneak-out" less visible to U.N. inspectors as a possibly bigger risk and world powers...
  • South Africa says nuclear power deal with Russia in early stages

    JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's nuclear cooperation deal signed this week with Russia is part of a tender process that will involve other competing countries and is not a contract to build power plants, government officials said on Tuesday. The...
  • Israel says Iran used Parchin military site for testing nuclear detonation technology

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel said on Wednesday that Iran has used its Parchin military base as the site for secret tests of technology that could be used only for detonating a nuclear weapon. The Jewish state has been a severe critic of six big powers'...
  • U.N. nuclear assembly rejects Arab bid to pressure Israel

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Member states of the U.N. nuclear agency on Thursday rejected an Arab resolution targeting Israel over its assumed atomic arsenal, in a diplomatic victory for the Jewish state and Western countries opposing the initiative. Arab...
  • West tells Iran it must address nuclear bomb fears

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Western powers told Iran on Thursday it must step up cooperation with a U.N. watchdog's investigation into suspected atomic bomb research by the country if it wants to get a broader nuclear deal that would ease sanctions. The warning...
  • Occidente dice a Irán que debe abordar temores a bomba nuclear

    VIENA (Reuters) - Potencias occidentales dijeron el jueves a Irán que debe aumentar la cooperación con una pesquisa del regulador nuclear de la ONU sobre posibles investigaciones para fabricar una bomba atómica si quiere acceder a un acuerdo más amplio...
  • U.S. officials see glimmers of progress in Iran nuclear talks

    After months of impasse, U.S. officials say they see signs of movement as Iranian diplomats begin meeting again with representatives of six world powers for a weeklong push aimed at reaching a deal on Tehran’s disputed nuclear program. Negotiators...
  • Russia fails to remove Syria nuclear probe from IAEA agenda

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Western states defeated a Russian proposal on Friday to remove Syria's alleged past nuclear activities from the agenda of meetings of the U.N. atomic agency, diplomats said. But in a vote that highlighted how polarizing the global...
  • Iran wants U.N. atomic agency to condemn Israeli drone 'aggression'

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran has called on the U.N. atomic agency to condemn an "act of aggression" by Israel for sending, Tehran says, a drone last month to spy on a site which is at the center of its decade-old nuclear dispute with the West. The Iranian...
  • Tiny particles have big potential in debate over nuclear proliferation

    WASHINGTON The solution to the big issue of nuclear nonproliferation might be smaller than you think so small it's virtually invisible and massless. Physicists at Virginia Tech have found a way to use these teeny subatomic particles, called neutrinos, to...
  • Diplomacy key in talks with Iran

    The White House is determined to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. Secretary John Kerry and his team are working around the clock to piece together an epic deal that would prevent such a catastrophe. There is bipartisan, as well as...