"Iran now can produce 25 kg (of uraniu at 90% if they want to. It’d take Iran roughly 3 to 4 weeks to produce enough material for a bomb if it wanted to,” a senior diplomat told Reuters, adding that it’d take IAEA 2-3 days to detect a move in that direction.
Indeed. Very late to the game that source is...This news is 33 years late, lol
On 3 June 1989, at 22:20 IRST, Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, leader of the Iranian Revolution and the first Supreme Leader and founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, died in Jamaran, Greater Tehran aged 86 after spending eleven days at a private hospital, near his residency, after suffering five heart attacks in ....
Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei 'on death bed with cancer' Ali Khamenei is understood to be on his death bed with experts claiming that it could lead to the collapse of the Ayatollah regime in the Middle Eastern power.
I agree, that nuclear deal was dead in the water months ago.
Seems to be some backroom bartering going on between US, Iran, and Israel. These type of stories could be little pokes form one/all 3 to advance the dealing. However I believe the biggest obstacle to any deal would be TRUST, by any or all.I agree, that nuclear deal was dead in the water months ago.
If the Iranians wanted to build a nuclear device, we would know by now. They have the capability, they just have chosen not to do so at this time . I think they might be looking for an out.
Perhaps they might dismantle the centrifuges if they're let back into SWIFT and sanctions were lifted.
Confirmed: A significant internet outage has been registered in Tehran, #Iran with real time network data showing connectivity at 67% of ordinary levels; the incident comes amid protests over the death of Mahsa Amini and may affect coverage of events on the ground
Protests in Western Iran after police killed a 22-year-old girl for not wearing a hijab. Protesters tear down posters of Iranian leaders. Police use firearms
The question is, is the dissatisfaction shared by the few, or the many?
Israeli PM @yairlapid said during a cabinet meeting on Sunday that the US and Israel do not “necessarily agree on the need for a credible military threat against Iran at the present time,” but Israel made it clear it “maintains complete freedom to act