Monday, 20 January 2014

Hidden at the end

this BBC article entitled 'Iran nuclear: Curbs on uranium enrichment begin' starts 'Iran has begun curbing uranium enrichment under a deal which will also see international sanctions eased, the UN nuclear watchdog (IAEA) says.

Earlier, centrifuges used for enrichment were disconnected at the Nantaz plant, Iranian TV reported.'
Hidden away right at the end of the report is this somewhat important passage:
'Sounding a note of caution, former IAEA deputy director Olli Heinonen said that if Iran decided to renege on the deal, it would only need two to three weeks to produce enough highly enriched uranium for a nuclear weapon.'
As it's just Israel that needs to worry about Iran's nuclear arsenal, why should the BBC worry?

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