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Iran was given secret exemptions allowing the country to exceed restrictions set out by the landmark nuclear deal inked last year, some of which were made public this week by the United Nations nuclear watchdog and others that are likely still being withheld, according to diplomatic sources and a top nuclear expert who spoke to THE WEEKLY STANDARD.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Friday posted documents revealing that Iran had been given exemptions in January that permit the country to stockpile uranium in excess of the 300 kilogram limit set by the nuclear deal, experts said. The agreements had been kept secret for almost a year, but recent reports indicated that the Trump administration intended to make them public.
originally posted by: xuenchen
The International Atomic Energy Agency has released some documents from the Iran nuke deal that apparently shows a hidden part that allows Iran to stockpile extra uranium !!
Fake or Real ?
Classified at the time?
How much uranium is needed for a nuclear bomb? As little as 35 pounds of uranium-235 or nine pounds of plutonium-239 is required to make a working nuclear bomb.