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WikiLeaks: Nuclear Accident in Iran May Lay Behind Mystery Resignation
July 17, 2009
Two weeks ago, a source associated with Iran’s nuclear programme confidentially told WikiLeaks of a serious, recent, concealed nuclear accident at Natanz. Natanz is the primary location of Iran’s nuclear enrichment program.
We have reason to believe the source was credible however contact with this source has been lost.
We would not normally mention such an incident without additional confirmation, however according to Iranian media and the BBC, today the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, Gholam Reza Aghazadeh has resigned under mysterious circumstances. According to reports, the resignation was tendered around 20 days ago.
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