‘Terrorists’ embedded in UN nuclear watchdog may be behind power line explosion: Iran
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Power lines to Iran’s most controversial nuclear enrichment plant were blown up a month ago, according to its atomic energy chief, who alleged on Monday that the UN nuclear watchdog may have been infiltrated by “terrorists and saboteurs.”
The accusation coincides with strident Israeli warnings about the need to stem Iran’s nuclear program with a threat of force, as well as new diplomatic efforts to secure better inspections and an abandonment of work that could be used to develop atomic weapons.
The UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) had no immediate response but Fereydoun Abbasi-Davani’s comments seemed certain to overshadow those efforts.
He told the IAEA’s annual assembly that power lines from the city of Qom to the underground Fordow plant had been blown up on August 17, and “the same act” had been carried out earlier on power lines to Iran’s main enrichment plant, near the town…
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