Iran's nuclear programme is "galloping ahead", IAEA chief says -El Pais Iran's nuclear programme is "galloping ahead" and the International Atomic Energy Agency has very limited visibility on what is happening, IAEA chief Rafael Grossi told Spain's El Pais newspaper in an interview published on Friday.
Iran’s nuclear chief reiterates Tehran’s ability — and unwillingness — to make bomb
Remarks come days after Revolutionary Guard threatens to turn New York into 'hellish ruins' through nuclear warheads it could mount on its long-range missiles
Iran's atomic energy chief says country could build a bomb but has no plan to
The rare claim is likely to intensify concerns over Iran's controversial nuclear programme.
Iran claims it can produce atomic bomb, but has no intention of doing so
Remarks amounted to a rare suggestion that the Islamic Republic might have an interest in nuclear weapons, which it has long denied seeking.
Iran nuclear chief: We have technical means to produce atom bomb, no intention of doing so
Iran has the technical capability to produce an atomic bomb but has no intention of doing so, Mohammad Eslami, head of the country's atomic energy organisation, said on Monday, according to the semi-official Fars news agency.
Iran can make an atom bomb but it is ‘not on agenda’, country’s nuclear chief says
Western nations have claimed that Iran is getting closer to making a nuclear bomb, an allegation that Tehran has denied
IAEA warns that Iran not forthcoming on past nuclear activities
The head of the United Nations' atomic watchdog said on Tuesday Iran was dragging its feet on information about uranium particles found at old undeclared sites in the country, raising the prospect of a clash on the issue in June.
Iran nuke chief vows UN watchdog’s cameras will remain off until deal revived
Mohammad Eslami says 2015 nuclear deal was supposed to remove any suspicion Iranian program is not entirely peaceful, and as long as accusations persist, monitoring will be stopped