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British police arrested suspected Islamic extremists on Monday in what officials called one of the most significant counterterrorism operations of the year.
A new Iranian offer to meet with the world powers is unusually short on preconditions and suggests Tehran may be ready to touch on some nuclear issues that previously were taboo, according to a copy of a confidential letter from a senior Iranian official.
The head of the U.N. nuclear agency on Monday announced plans to publish new information backing up his belief that Iran may be working on a nuclear warhead — developments that leave his organization "increasingly concerned."
Japan's system to forecast radiation threats was working from the moment its nuclear crisis began. As officials planned a venting operation certain to release radioactivity into the air, the system predicted Karino Elementary School would be directly in the path of the plume emerging from the tsunami-hit Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant.
Iran's president wants to shed the nation's secrecy and forge ahead openly with developing nuclear weapons but is opposed by the clerical leadership, which is worried about international reaction to such a move, says an intelligence assessment shared with the Associated Press.
Egypt's military rulers sternly warned protesters Tuesday against "harming public interests" as demonstrators continued to lay siege to Cairo's largest government building and threatened to expand their sit-in to other sites in the capital.
The foundation of Iran's nuclear program can be traced to extensive Chinese and Russian cooperation in the 1990s, according to a former U.S. intelligence official who specialized on Tehran's program.
Iran has conducted covert tests of ballistic missiles in addition to a 10-day program of public military maneuvers, British officials said Wednesday.
The United States and its allies pushed ahead Wednesday with efforts to bring Syria before the U.N. Security Council for failure to cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency, despite opposition from China and Russia.