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Iran is poised to greatly expand uranium enrichment at a fortified underground bunker to a point that would boost how quickly it could make nuclear warheads, diplomats tell the Associated Press.
A senior U.N. nuclear expert on Wednesday announced plans to revisit Tehran soon after a "good trip," indicating progress on his team's quest to probe suspicions that the Islamic Republic secretly is working on an atomic arms program.
Japan's Cabinet approved bills Tuesday aimed at bolstering nuclear safety regulations following last year's Fukushima disaster, including one that would put a 40-year cap on the operational life of nuclear reactors.
U.N. nuclear inspectors began a critical mission to Iran on Sunday to probe allegations of a secret atomic weapons program amid escalating Western economic pressure and warnings about safeguarding Gulf oil shipments from possible Iranian blockades.
A senior U.N. nuclear agency team will visit Tehran on Jan. 28 with Iran saying it is ready after years of refusal to discuss allegations that it was involved in secret nuclear weapons work, diplomats said Thursday.
Satellite surveillance has shown an increase in activity at an Iranian site suspected of links to secret work on nuclear weapons, officials tell the Associated Press.
The U.N. nuclear agency's most recent resolution on Iran criticizes Tehran's nuclear defiance, but with language moderate enough to secure Russia's and China's support.
Courting help from Asian powers, President Barack Obama on Saturday sought to improve the beleaguered American jobs outlook with an eye toward next year's election and contain deepening nuclear worries over Iran on a day of heavy diplomacy.
Iran's supreme leader Thursday warned Israel and the United States that Tehran's response will be tough if its enemies choose a military strike to cripple the country's nuclear program.