International Atomic Energy Agency

Hacking the IAEA

Top nuke watchdog hacked by pro-Iran group

Hackers claim to have seized the information of nearly 200 scientists and officials affiliated with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the world’s chief nuclear watchdog, according to a message posted Sunday on the website Cryptome.

Iranian Cyber Attacks Step Up

Pentagon Joint Staff: Iran cyber attacks, terrorism reveal Tehran engaged in covert war on the West

The Iranian government recently conducted a major cyber attack on a major U.S. financial institution that a military intelligence report said is a sign Tehran is waging covert war against the West.

Bibi intensifies war of words with US over Iran ‘red line’

‘Wait for what?’

With new evidence that Iran is on the cusp of finalizing a nuclear weapon, a pointed war of words between the U.S. and Israel escalated Tuesday, as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that the Jewish state will not wait for the Obama administration to sign off on a possible strike against Iran.

Iranian Nuke Progress Mounts

IAEA report reveals Iran nuclear progress unhindered by sanctions or international pressure

A new United Nations nuclear watchdog report on Iran's nuclear program reveals Tehran is moving ahead with illicit uranium enrichment work, undermining Obama administration claims that sanctions will slow the program.

Johnson: Obama ‘literally doesn’t have a clue’

‘Not anyone in the world’ thinks president will strike Iran, says GOP Senator

On the heels of a United Nations report showing that Iran has doubled its capacity to enrich uranium, Sen. Ron Johnson (R., Wis.) blamed the Obama administration for permitting the rogue regime to pursue nuclear arms with few repercussions.

October Surprise

Israel said to be readying October attacks on Iranian nuclear sites

U.S. intelligence analysts watching for indicators of Israeli military action recently reported that there are signs the Jewish state plans an attack against Iran in October. The Obama administration, meanwhile, is preparing to provide logistical support for a military strike but is pressing Israel to delay any action until the administration’s policy of sanctions have had more time to work, and that any attack would be put off until after the November presidential election.

Nuclear Meltdown

U.N. Report: “Serious concerns” about Iran nuke program

Concerns about Iran’s purportedly peaceful nuclear program reached an all-time high Friday, when the United Nations censured the regime for refusing to grant inspectors access to several clandestine sites that are suspected of housing a nuclear weapons program. In its latest update on Iran, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) concluded that “Iran has not suspended its enrichment related activities” as it has been ordered to do under international law.