Iran disconnects nuclear site cameras as IAEA raises concern over uranium traces Iran said it disconnected some International Atomic Energy Agency cameras monitoring its nuclear sites Wednesday, hours before the UN nuclear watchdog adopted a resolution criticising the Islamic republic…
Iran plans to disconnect 20 IAEA cameras, envoys quote Grossi as saying
Iran has told the International Atomic Energy Agency it plans to disconnect 20 IAEA surveillance cameras and other monitoring equipment, the agency's chief Rafael Grossi told its board on Thursday, according to diplomats at the meeting.
Removal of cameras at Iran nuclear sites may be ‘fatal blow’, warns UN watchdog
Move comes as International Atomic Energy Agency censures Tehran over lack of cooperation
Nuclear watchdog censures Iran over uranium traces - diplomats
Iran is accused of not fully answering questions about uranium traces found at three undeclared sites.
Iran: ‘Unconstructive’ IAEA resolution based on ‘false Zionist’ information
Statement says censure by UN atomic agency will only weaken Islamic Republic's cooperation on nuclear program
Western powers laud ‘unambiguous message’ sent by IAEA censure of Iran
US, Britain, France and Germany urge Tehran to 'fulfill its legal obligations' to UN watchdog and demonstrate that its nuclear program is not being used for military purposes
Iran removes two IAEA surveillance cameras from nuclear facility
Iran removed two surveillance cameras of the International Atomic Energy Agency from one of its nuclear facilities on Wednesday, state television reported, a move that is likely to raise tensions with the U.N. nuclear watchdog.
UN nuclear watchdog censures Iran for not cooperating with its inspectors
Bennett applauds motion brought by US, Britain, France and Germany as exposing Iran's 'true face'; Russia and China oppose resolution