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VIENNA (AFP) – Iran may have enough nuclear material to put together an atomic bomb, the United States said Wednesday, as Tehran submitted proposals to resolve the international standoff.
While the head of the UN nuclear watchdog sought to downplay fears over Iran's nuclear programme, the US envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said Tehran's enrichment drive was moving closer to "breakout capacity".
Lack of Evidence Over Iran ‘Nukes’ Alarms US
Though there appears to be virtually no evidence that they have any inclination to do so and considerable evidence to suggest they aren’t currently doing so, US Ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Glyn Davies is now accusing Iran of desperately trying to retain the ability to hypothetically create a single atomic weapon if they chose to do so at some later date.