Iran to allow new UN cameras at nuclear centrifuge site – state media Semi-official news agencies in Tehran say Iranians will still keep all footage taken at Karaj, the target of a sabotage attack in June that Iran blames on Israel
IAEA chief has doubts that Iran surveillance camera's footage vanished
The United Nations atomic watchdog has doubts that footage from a surveillance camera at an Iranian centrifuge-parts workshop is missing after an apparent attack there in June, even though Iran has not produced it, the agency's head said on Friday.
Nuclear watchdog casts doubt on Iranian claims over missing footage
Tehran claims surveillance footage from nuclear facility went missing after sabotage attack in June
Iran and UN inspector reach agreement on cameras at nuclear facility
Move is seen as essential to preserve broader nuclear talks and lifting of US sanctions
UN watchdog says Iran will allow new cameras at nuclear site
The United Nations’ nuclear watchdog and Iran have reached a deal to reinstall cameras damaged at a site that manufactures centrifuge parts
Iran allows IAEA to reinstall cameras at Karaj nuclear facility
IAEA to not have access to recordings from cameras which will be installed ‘after technical reviews by Iranian experts’.
Iran says probing if IAEA cameras had role in alleged Israeli attack on nuke site
Tehran's envoy to Britain asks UN nuclear watchdog to be patient with investigation, after refusing to let surveillance equipment damaged in strike at Karaj be repaired
Iran to allow cameras at nuclear site, UN watchdog says
The United Nations has reached a deal with Iran to replace cameras at an Iranian facility producing advanced centrifuges and other parts that enrich uranium for potential nuclear weapon development.