The story: The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors has voted to censure Iran over alleged lack of cooperation on uranium traces found at three undeclared sites. Tehran’s effort to avert the censure by offering a last-minute meeting failed as the US and the E3 (Britain, France and Germany) proceeded with tabling the resolution on June 8.
Iran has retaliated by turning off some monitoring devices belonging to the IAEA. Reports say it will also install two additional cascades of advanced centrifuges to enrich uranium.
The political side: The censure resolution passed by the IAEA Board of Governors garnered thirty votes in favor. China and Russia voted against the text while India, Libya and Pakistan abstained...
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