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Israel reacts: Iran scientist assassination

TEL AVIV — Israeli Home Front Minister told Israel Army Radio, “I don’t relate to this as an accident. I see it as part and parcel of the sanctions against Iran."

IAEA confirms uranium enrichment in Iran

“The IAEA can confirm that Iran has started the production of uranium enriched up to 20 percent in U-235 using IR-1 centrifuges in the Fordow Fuel Enrichment Plant,” IAEA spokesman Gill Tudor said in an e-mail.

EU tightens sanctions on Iran over nuclear program

UK Foreign Secretary William Hague pushed for tougher sanctions on Iran ahead of EU talks in Brussels, but denied Britain was seeking revenge for an attack on its embassy in Tehran.

UN nuclear agency wants to send mission to Iran

"Iran has a clear case to answer," says the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Yukiya Amano.

Shimon Peres: Israel should not attack 'morally corrupt' Iran, says president

Peres said he would prefer to see economic and political sanctions used to attack Iran "in the moral sense."

Tehran denies nuclear weapons allegations

An atomic monitoring agency is planning to release a report alleging Iran has been secretly working to develop a nuclear weapons program.

WikiLeaks: N. Korea will use nuclear weapons in exchange for normalization with US

North Korea will use its nuclear weapons as the "final card" in exchange for the normalization of ties with the United States, reports Arirang, a Korean television station.
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