Monday, September 6, 2010

Binocular Snapshot for 9/06/2010

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Violence in Iraq leaves 6 dead, 21 wounded

"A string of bombings and shootings in Iraq has left at least one Iraqi military officer and five civilians dead and at least 21 people wounded, authorities said Monday.

The widespread violence came a day after a bold attack by insurgents in the heart of the capital.
Gunmen killed an Iraqi brigadier general as he drove his car early Monday in al-Ameriya, in western Baghdad"

Know that God will continue to allow the extension to grow

Taliban suicide bomber kills 17 in Pakistan

"A Taliban suicide bomber detonated a car in an alley behind a police station in a strategically important town in northwestern Pakistan on Monday, killing at least 17 police and civilians in an explosion that shattered the station and neighboring homes.

About 40 people were wounded in the attack in Lakki Marwat, which sits on the main road between Punjab province, Pakistan's largest and most prosperous, and the North and South Waziristan tribal regions"

Showing also how the so-called "biting" sanctions are really toothless

Iran boosts nuclear work, bomb concern remains

"Iran's total production of low-enriched uranium has risen by around 15 percent since May to reach 2.8 tonnes, a U.N. nuclear watchdog report said, showing Tehran is pushing ahead with disputed work despite tougher sanctions"

"Despite four rounds of UN sanctions, Iran is continuing to enrich uranium at its plant in Natanz"

The IAEA also voiced concern about what it called Iran's "repeated objection to the designation of experienced inspectors hampers the inspection process and detracts from the agency's ability to implement safeguards in Iran."

"[It] thereby detracts from the agency's capability to implement effective and efficient safeguards in Iran."

The complaint follows Iran's recent decision to strip two experienced inspectors of the right to monitor Tehran's nuclear activities after they reported undeclared nuclear experiments conducted by Tehran.

According to Iran, the reporting by the two experts was inaccurate. But the IAEA said it had "full confidence in the professionalism and impartiality of the inspectors concerned, as it has in all of its inspectors."

The report is being circulated to the IAEA's 35-nation board and to the UN Security Council."

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