NO evidence that it is enriching uranium or the Arak plant is for purposes of making weapons, and Iran has followed the letters of the NPT. But it's controversial how? Because they want to be allowed to inspect non-enrichment non-nuclear militarily sensitive sites? But that's not part of the NPT. Suspicion = evidence now? No. Unless you would like to be deported on suspicion of illegally entering a country, or perhaps executed on suspicion of spying? No? So maybe it's that US/Israel doesn't like it? Oh, well then, that's okay. We should definitely punish the leaders and people for wanting and pursuing nuclear power plant facilities! So when is Israel going to sign the NPT & when are the inspectors going to be shown into Dimona?
Yemen's Houthi rebels commit to peace plan in letter to UN chief, BBC reports (Haaretz)
from the article: UN nuclear chief blasts Iran for leading IAEA 'in circles'