International Atomic Energy Agency

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Noun1.International Atomic Energy Agency - the United Nations agency concerned with atomic energy
UN agency, United Nations agency - an agency of the United Nations
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In a statement, the International Atomic Energy Authority - the global watchdog responsible for monitoring the agreement - said "as of today" Tehran was continuing to honour its commitments.
Sanctions must remain until the International Atomic Energy Authority (IAEA) certifies that North Korea has dismantled its nuclear arsenal.
By International Atomic Energy Authority estimates, however, Iran has close to 250 kilograms of enriched uranium at near-20 percent -- the kind with military potential.
By International Atomic Energy Authority (IAEA) estimates, however, Iran has close to 250 kilograms of near-20 percent enriched uranium -- the kind with military potential.
For that matter, civil nuclear power has never killed anybody outside the Soviet Union, and as the report of the International Atomic Energy Authority pointed out, Chernobyl could not have occurred outside the atheistic, Marxist Soviet Union.
Sri Lanka had the right to seek the assistance of the International Atomic Energy Authority in this regard, he added.
The International Atomic Energy Authority has recommended for years that Spain build a central waste site.
The mayhem at the British Embassy in Tehran on Tuesday followed a vote in Iran's parliament to downgrade diplomatic relations with Britain - a response to the tough new financial sanctions imposed by London last week over Iran's nuclear programme, after the International Atomic Energy Authority warned that Iran is getting ever closer to building a bomb.
Addressing the forum, Dr Mohammad Al Baradei, former director general of the International Atomic Energy Authority, said today there is a growing appetite for nuclear energy as nations face the challenge to achieve sufficiency in energy supply.
Accordingly, further information concerning the issue can be obtained from the International Atomic Energy Authority website at www.iaea.org or by dialing (94)112 533449.
A level 7 incident is described by the International Atomic Energy Authority as: "A major release of radioactive material with widespread health and environmental effects requiring implementation of planned and extended countermeasures."

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