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>> I have quite the pleasure in welcoming->> Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday, accused Iran of keeping a secret atomic warehouse, stocked with 300 tons of nuclear equipment and material. Netanyahu made the claims in a speech at the UN General Assembly backing it up with an aerial photograph of capital city Tehran.
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It's the second nuclear site he's claimed exists.>> In May, we exposed the site of Iran's secret Atomic Archive, it's right here. In the Shorabat district of Tehran. Today, I'm revealing the sites of a seconds facility. Iran's secret Atomic Warehouse, it's right here. In the
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district of Tehran just three miles away.
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>> Netanyahu argued the picture shows that Iran is still trying to obtain nuclear weapons. Tehran signed an agreement with world powers in 2015 to curb its program in exchange for loosening of sanctions. The International Atomic Energy Agency, or IAEA, has repeatedly said that Iran is sticking to its end of the deal.
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But Netanyahu is asking for more.>> I have a message to the head of the IAEA. Mr. Yukiya Amano, I believe he is a good man. I believes he wants to do the right thing. Well, Mr. Amano, do the right thing. Go inspect this atomic warehouse immediately before the Iranians finish clearing it out.
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>> US official sources say that Washington knows about the warehouse, but that it's being used to store records relating to Iran's nuclear weapons program. Later on Thursday, Iran brushed off Netanyahu's claims.>> This is to distract the attentions from his regime's inherent cruelty, and brutality against Palestinians. The Israeli Prime Minister is an outspoken critic of the Iran nuclear deal, and has made previous allegations about Tehran's nuclear activities that are difficult or impossible to verify.