IAEA chief sees possible progress in Syria probe (Ynet)
UN nuclear watchdog chief says reached agreement with Syria on inspection of facility where yellowcake made as by-product. Expert: Damascus will cooperate just enough to keep IAEA at bay
The head of the UN nuclear watchdog said on Monday he saw possible movement in a probe into allegations of covert atomic activities in Syria, but once again criticized Iran for lack of cooperation.
Western powers fear Iran may be seeking to develop nuclear weapons capability, while US intelligence reports have said Dair Alzour, a Syrian desert complex bombed by Israel in 2007, was a nascent North Korean-designed nuclear reactor intended to produce bomb material.