The IAEA's statement comes amid talks in Vienna to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal, and EU official says Tehran's enrichment move 'is not making the negotiation easier'
The Iranian president's remarks come after Foreign Minister Zarif said Israel was behind the attack on the nuclear facility, calling it a 'very bad gamble' amid talks with world powers
Top nuclear official didn't say who Tehran accuses of the alleged cyberattack, which hit the facility a day after it started advanced enrichment. Netanyahu: Israel has become 'a global power' in the fight against Iran
The revelations come weeks after leader Kim Jong Un vowed to expand his nuclear arsenal
Israeli construction work at the nuke site began in late 2018 or early 2019. It may be for burying radioactive waste or simply be an anti-aging effort
Planet Labs photographed an area west of Beit Shemesh, which appears on ordinary Israeli maps as open space. It’s not clear who commissioned the satellite photographs
Trump Administration Order Allowed Release of High-resolution Satellite Imagery of Israeli Nuclear Facility
A change to resolution limits of satellite imagery of Israel and the Palestinian territories, under a 1997 regulation enacted to protect Israel's security interests, means more images of Israeli sites may be expected soon
Digging, concrete pads seen around the nuclear research center in Dimona – possibly to retrofit its aging reactor – but the reasons remain unclear
The IAEA is preparing to rebuke Tehran for failing to explain the presence of the material, diplomats say, possibly complicating U.S. efforts to revive nuclear diplomacy
Iran previously warned Western nations that it will produce uranium metal, which is essential for the core of nuclear weapons
Amid talk of a Biden administration return to the 2015 deal, Kochavi says 'anything resembling the current agreement is bad and must not be permitted'
Concerned that Israel might be trying to attain nuclear capability, the U.S., in the mid-1960s, insisted on regular visits to Dimona. The visiting experts came away reassured of Israel’s intentions, but not everyone in the U.S. government was convinced.
The 50th ratification came on the 75th anniversary of the ratification of the U.N. Charter which officially established the United Nations and is celebrated as UN Day
Weapons experts are puzzling over Trump’s words. Some think he may have been talking about a nuclear warhead that was modified to reduce its explosive power - known as the W76-2
Riyadh is systematically building a nuclear infrastructure that it could easily flip from civilian to military purposes. A Saudi Arabia whose strategic interests align with the U.S. and Israel today may be a very different country down the line
At a scaled down event at Nagasaki Peace Park, Mayor Tomihisa Taue raises concern that nuclear states had in recent years retreated from disarmament efforts
Despite coronavirus, city marks anniversary, with mayor reminiscing the role of the Spanish Flu pandemic in sparking WW2
IAEA report details suspected activities and materials including 'the possible presence...of natural uranium in the form of a metal disc' at a site that 'underwent extensive sanitization and leveling in 2003 and 2004'
Report likely to worsen ties already strained by U.S. charges that the global COVID-19 pandemic resulted from Beijing's mishandling of a 2019 outbreak of the coronavirus in the city of Wuhan
Newly declassified CIA information reveals the story of Oscar Seborer, who gave the Soviets vital secrets to help them develop their own atomic bomb, and whose parents are buried in Gan Yavne
Putin says this makes Russia the only country with such advanced weapons, which can hit almost any point in the world
Last week, Israel tested what foreign reports said was a nuclear-capable Jericho missile amid reports that Iran has deployed its own missiles in Iraq, 400 kilometers from Israel
Mole recruited by AIVD intelligence agency was key to success of 2010 cyber offensive targeting Iran's nuclear enrichment plant in Natanz, attributed to the CIA and Mossad
When it comes to mishaps in its strategic weapons programs, Russia still stays true to the path of secrecy, cover-up and negligence paved by the long gone Soviet Union, leaving Moscow's 'doomsday weapon' to endanger mostly its own citizens
The U.S. military on Sunday flight-tested a ground-launched version of a cruise missile that was previously banned by the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty
Authorities have been drip-feeding information about a blast during a rocket test on a platform in the White Sea off northern Russia
While the Russian defense ministry said radiation levels remain unchanged, a nearby city reported spike in radiation, and residents have been stocking up on iodine
While the U.S. has no real plan ahead, Tehran's announcement on increased uranium enrichment shows it intends to force the EU to convince it to stay in 2015 agreement
Swedish-based research group highlights trend of modernizing nuclear weapons, which 'remain a central element in military strategies and national security doctrines'
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will arrive Wednesday in Iran after an earlier meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump