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Much of the intelligence on Iran's nuclear facilities provided to UN inspectors by American spy agencies has turned out to be unfounded, according to diplomatic sources in Vienna. ››read more
In a lecture at the London School of Economics, Mr ElBaradei condemned the "unfairness" of a world in which nine countries seek to maintain their monopoly of nuclear weapons.
"How do they expect this system of haves and have nots to be sustainable? How do I go to country X and say 'you should keep your obligation not to develop nuclear weapons', when the big powers are making no progress towards their obligations for disarmament?"
The head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency said Thursday he was concerned that the U.N. sanctions on Iran could escalate the standoff with Western powers over its suspected weapons program. Mohamed ElBaradei called for a resumption of negotiations. ››read more