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September 1, 2009
IN THIS ISSUE
  • Iran 'Has New Nuclear Proposal'
    BBC News
  • Nuclear Agency Says Iran Has Bolstered Ability to Make Fuel but Slowed Its Output
    The New York Times
  • IAEA Extends Probe of Alleged Secret Syria Atom Site
    Reuters
  • 'N Korean Arms for Iran' Seized by UAE
    Financial Times
  • Geneva Nuclear Arms Talks Fail to Overcome Block
    Reuters
  • NSA: India Doesn't Need Another Nuclear Test
    The Hindu
  • Pakistani Nuke Scientist Says Restrictions Lifted
    Agence France-Presse
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Iran 'Has New Nuclear Proposal'

BBC News
JaliliIran has prepared a new nuclear proposal and is ready to resume talks on its nuclear programme, according to media reports.

The Islamic Republic's chief nuclear negotiator, Saeed Jalili, was quoted making the claim on Iranian television.
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Nuclear Agency Says Iran Has Bolstered Ability to Make Fuel but Slowed Its Output

William J. Broad and David E. Sanger, The New York Times
International nuclear inspectors reported on Friday that Iran had significantly increased its ability to produce nuclear fuel over the summer, even while slowing the pace at which it was enriching the uranium that the West fears could one day fuel nuclear weapons.
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IAEA Extends Probe of Alleged Secret Syria Atom Site

Mark Heinrich, Reuters
U.N. inspectors are analyzing further evidence taken from a nuclear research plant in Syria's capital Damascus where unexplained uranium traces were found, the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog said on Friday.
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'N Korean Arms for Iran' Seized by UAE

Simeon Kerr and Harvey Morris, Financial Times
The United Arab Emirates has seized a ship secretly carrying embargoed North Korean arms to Iran, say diplomats.
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Geneva Nuclear Arms Talks Fail to Overcome Block

Jonathan Lynn, Reuters
Arms negotiators failed to clear the way on Monday for the start of talks this year on nuclear disarmament as Pakistan said its security interests had not been respected.
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NSA: India Doesn't Need Another Nuclear Test

Siddharth Varadarajan, The Hindu
Describing India's commitment to its voluntary moratorium on nuclear testing as "steadfast," National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan on Saturday came down hard on those making a case for the resumption of testing by claiming the May 1998 thermonuclear device test had been a failure.
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Pakistani Nuke Scientist Says Restrictions Lifted

Masroor Gilani, Agence France-Presse
Disgraced Pakistani nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan, who has admitted leaking nuclear secrets to Iran, North Korea and Libya, said Tuesday restrictions on his movements had been lifted.
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