February 22, 2013

Media's Careless Reporting on Iran

Yousaf Butt, Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

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Last week, the Washington Post reported that "purchase orders obtained by nuclear researchers show an attempt by Iranian agents to buy 100,000 … ring-shaped magnets" and that such "highly specialized magnets used in centrifuge machines … [are] a sign that the country may be planning a major expansion of its nuclear program."

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