IAEA may implicate Syria in building covert nuclear reactor

UN inspectors may say in an upcoming report that a Syrian desert site bombed to rubble in 2007 was probably a covert nuclear reactor, opening the way for the UN Security Council to take up the case, diplomats said.

Previous International Atomic Energy Agency reports have said there are indications nuclear activity may have taken place at the Dair Al Zur site, but the next report could implicate Syria in building covert nuclear reactor, according to Vienna-based diplomats and UN Security Council action could follow. Reuters

  • ghzayel

    the syrian government was caught red handed trying to build an illegal nuclear reactor in deir ez zor.
    the prosyrian groups of hezballah and amal in lebanon were caught red handed trying to erect illegal constructions on public lands.
    like father like son

  • ghzayel

    the syrian government was caught red handed trying to build an illegal nuclear reactor in deir ez zor.
    the prosyrian groups of hezballah and amal in lebanon were caught red handed trying to erect illegal constructions on public lands.
    like father like son

  • Anonymous

    the syrian government was caught red handed trying to build an illegal nuclear reactor in deir ez zor.
    the prosyrian groups of hezballah and amal in lebanon were caught red handed trying to erect illegal constructions on public lands.
    like father like son