Iran has enough for a N bomb, IAEA
June 5, 2009, 11:03 PM (GMT+02:00)
Iran's enrichment plant at Natanz
A report prepared by the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna estimates Iran has accumulated low-enriched uranium (1,339 kilos produced since November 2008 plus 839 kilos in stock) enough to convert into the quantity of high-enriched uranium needed for making a single nuclear bomb.
Its officials admit their investigations are stymied both in Iran and Syria, where the IAEA reported Friday, June 5 that its inspectors had found new traces of man-made uranium.
Expect emergency meet with Israel.