Nuclear talks call Iran's bluff
Guardian / Meir Javedanfar

Last week brought new indications that the leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran want to make a nuclear bomb.

The disclosure was part of the newly released nine-page report by the UN nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). It stated that "Tehran has conducted work on a highly sophisticated nuclear triggering technology that experts said could be used for only one purpose: setting off a nuclear weapon".

This is not the first time that the IAEA has come across evidence that indicates Iran has military ambitions for its nuclear programme. In November 2009, as revealed by the Guardian, the IAEA asked the Iranian government to explain "evidence suggesting that Iranian scientists have experimented with an advanced nuclear warhead design".

These revelations show that the international community has good and valid reasons to seriously doubt the Iranian government's claims that its nuclear programme is >>>

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