IAEA Can't Detect Iran Nukes
WASHINGTON [MENL] -- The International Atomic Energy Agency remains
incapable of detecting secret nuclear activities by Iran, a report said.
The University of Texas has released a study that concluded that the
United Nations nuclear agency failed to track Iran's secret nuclear
program. The study, titled "Can the IAEA Safeguard Fuel-Cycle Facilities?"
asserted that IAEA's safeguards, developed over more than 40 years, could
not detect the removal of nuclear fuel from even declared facilities.