Ari Shavit

Haaretz

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Columnist for Haaretz newspaper in Jerusalem

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The UN's International Atomic Energy Agency has released a report expressing " serious concerns " that Iran is still trying to develop technology that’s only useful for nuclear…

Iran's Nuclear Technology: Is There a Threat of War?

The UN's International Atomic Energy Agency has released a report expressing " serious concerns " that Iran is still trying to develop technology that’s only useful for nuclear…

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The UN's International Atomic Energy Agency is reporting " serious concerns " about Iran's ability to build an atomic bomb. There's still no evidence that it wants to.

Iran's Nuclear Technology: Is There a Threat of War?

The UN's International Atomic Energy Agency is reporting " serious concerns " about Iran's ability to build an atomic bomb. There's still no evidence that it wants to.

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