Iran’s Stockpile of Near-Weapons-Grade Nuclear Fuel Grows, U.N. Finds

Iran’s stockpile of in the vicinity of-weapons-quality nuclear gasoline has jumped considerably, according to a private report by the United Nations atomic agency that identified Tehran has pretty much doubled its output of very enriched uranium in modern months, placing it nearer to becoming capable to create the gasoline desired for a nuclear weapon.

Iran had a stockpile of kilograms (39 lbs) of 60% enriched uranium—its optimum purity output so far—in early November, up from ten kilograms in late August, indicating it is having nearer to acquiring sufficient very enriched nuclear gasoline for a weapon.