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"If the objective was to make money, it's curious that the documents were dumped on Panorama after the request for a payment was refused."
unnamed ex-CIA officer quoted by Justin Raimondo
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Speaking to Reuters on the sidelines of a Euromoney conference in Paris, Araqchi said there was no link between Iran's influence in the Middle East region and the accord, under which Iran restricted its production of enriched uranium in exchange for a removal of international sanctions. Iran has repeatedly ...
After emerging from what its chief executive said was “probably the toughest” 12-month period he had experienced in the uranium industry, Cameco Corp. ... It is the world's largest high-grade uranium mine and according to the company still has 20 years of “runway.” Peter Wilson / Saskatoon Star Phoenix.

The former official compared the dossier to reports in the runup to the 2003 invasion of Iraq, when some American officials grew convinced that Iraq had tried to buy enriched uranium from Niger. “It was the same source that was playing everybody.” The GOP memo reveals that the government sought and ...
From Agent Orange in Vietnam, depleted uranium in Iraq, and munitions dumps and firing ranges in Vieques, Puerto Rico, to a toxic brew of poisons along the Potomac River, communities and soldiers as well as children born subsequent to exposure to these toxins are suffering a broad range of illnesses ...
House Intelligence Committee Chair Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), right, with Rep. Peter King (R-NY), as he announces that his committee and the House oversight committee are starting the investigation into Russia and Obama administration uranium deal. Mark Wilson/Getty Images. Let's say there was a ...
These reductions came after a major lobbying campaign by the uranium industry. ... But in practice previous presidents have shrunk national monuments 18 times — including during World War I, when Woodrow Wilson halved the size of Mount Olympus National Monument to provide timber for Navy ships.

This report was updated Tuesday, Oct. 24, to include information from a press conference with Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford. An attack in Niger that left four American military members dead has triggered a fight between President Donald Trump and U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla. Wilson ...
Reports leading up to the American invasion of Iraq in 2003 that suggested dictator Saddam Hussein had actively attempted to purchase refined, yellowcake uranium, from Niger turned out to be fabrications. That being said, in May 2013, the terrorist group Movement for Oneness and Jihad in West Africa, ...
Wilson did this in spite of the fact that Mayaki said Saddam did try to buy the yellowcake from Niger. The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence disagreed with Wilson and supported Mayaki's claim. This meant nothing to Wilson who was opposed to the Iraq war and thus had ulterior motives in covering up the prime ...
But it proved that a neutron emitted by a splitting uranium atom could indeed split another uranium atom, which could split another and another, releasing .... Volney Wilson, another physicist who worked on the Chicago Pile, speaking to the Schenectady Gazette, was far less optimistic: “It's been a big ...
The use of depleted uranium as a penetrator has resulted in ... Persian Gulf War against Iraq saw the M829A1 depleted-uranium round used by ...
Kelley, who had been in charge of inspections in Iraq in the early ... in Iraq had appeared to show that that Iraq had enriched uranium to 90 ...
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... States had accused Saddam Hussein's government of procuring yellowcake uranium from Niger. ... The accusation against Iraq was false, but the Arlit mines are real. The town is a fortress of European mining companies, from Niger's own government ... The road out of Arlit is known as Uranium Highway.
Niger is a key transit point for African migrants seeking to reach ... a world leader on nuclear power, and its access to Niger's uranium would have been at risk. ... One should not forget that it was the US invasion of Iraq and the ...
... about Saddam's purchase of uranium from Niger to further the Iraq nuclear ... Under those circumstances, a whopper like the Niger tale might, ...

West of Tongo Tongo is Gao (Mali) and to its east is Agadez (Niger). ... Saddam Hussein's government of procuring yellowcake uranium ... This turned out to be a hoax, uncovered by Ambassador Joe Wilson when he went to Niger and met ... The accusation against Iraq was false, but the Arlit mines are real.
White House chief of staff John Kelly called for a special counsel to investigate Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Uranium One deal on the day ...
... who was killed in Niger. He said he would not apologize to Rep. Fredrica Wilson, despite having mischaracterized statements she made.
Trump and chief of staff John Kelly in turn attacked Wilson for ... Recent terrorist attacks near the uranium mines in Niger have also hurt its ... islamic state across Iraq and Syria and for setting up terrorist attacks across Europe.
Yellowcake uranium removed from Iraq in 2008 proved that Saddam Hussein ... During his trip to Niger, Wilson actually interviewed the former prime minister of ...
Private contractors working for Berry Aviation in Niger's capital Niamey .... invasion of Iraq in 2003 that suggested dictator Saddam Hussein had actively ... refined, yellowcake uranium, from Niger turned out to be fabrications.
APCO told The Hill it had nothing to do with the Uranium One transaction, and its lobbying disclosure reports make clear its work was focused on another part of Russia's uranium ambitions: making it easier for ... “At Friday's meeting, Hillary made clear Beth Jones was her first choice for Ambassador to Iraq.
... Saddam Hussein's attempts to buy yellowcake uranium from Niger in the run up to the Iraq war," per the invite: U.K. ... The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is promoting Ashley Wilson to vice president of legislative tax strategy.
... Iraq in response to Saddam Hussein's supposed nuclear weapons program ... tons of uranium yellowcake was sold to Iraq by Niger in the late 1990s. ... by Joseph Wilson concluding that the yellowcake transaction almost ...
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Not only did Niger used to be a French colony, but the French continue to heavily mine uranium out of the country, creating a constant threat of ...
A conspiracy theory involving uranium, Russians, bribery and former ... The CFIUS decision on the Uranium One deal, however, was unanimous—all nine representatives agreed to approve it. ... Mark Wilson/Getty Images.
“Are you prepared to return to us 10 tons of enriched uranium?” Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, asked in an interview in New ...
... destruction during the prelude to the disastrous war in Iraq – just as, ... that "Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation Amid Russian Uranium Deal.
Two thousand miles away, at Iran's main uranium enrichment .... The IAEA, which monitored nuclear activities in Saddam Hussein's Iraq and in ...
In the ongoing conflicts in Yemen and Iraq, dozens of Saudi and Iraqi Abrams have ... Finally—and possibly, most importantly—the M1's depleted uranium armor ...
Iran's uranium enrichment program continues, but it is restricted and ... invasion of Iraq and subsequent capture of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein ...
Should the agreement unravel, he said one option “may be to start enrichment” of uranium. If negotiations were to reopen in some form, the ...
This would split us from our NATO allies and, if Iran ignored the new U.S. sanctions or began anew to enrich uranium, force Trump's hand. Is he ...
So the U.S. invaded Iraq, destroying much of its infrastructure and ... that he had to prevent Saddam Hussein from attacking the U.S. with “weapons of ... Iraq, I'd like to sell them 500 tons of yellowcake uranium ore from Niger, ...
Valerie Plame Wilson, the famous CIA spy whose cover was blown by the White ... Iraq and topple the authoritarian regime of Iraqi ruler Saddam Hussein. ... African nation of Niger to purchase and import uranium for its nukes.
... as retribution for her husband (former ambassador Joseph Wilson) disputing Bush's claim that Iraq was seeking “yellowcake” in Niger?
Plame Wilson's undercover status was leaked during the George W. Bush administration to ... Bush's public statements that Iraq's leader, Saddam Hussein, sought significant quantities of uranium yellowcake from Africa.
Two years earlier, I had spoken to Rove by phone about Joseph Wilson, a former U.S. diplomat the CIA sent to investigate claims that Saddam ...
It all began when Plame's husband, Joseph Wilson, a former ambassador and State ... claim that Saddam Hussein had attempted to obtain yellowcake uranium, potentially to develop nuclear weapons, from the African country of Niger. ... and that became the basis for the invasion of Iraq in March 2003.
Saddam Hussein rules Iraq with an iron hand inside a steel glove, backed ... that would be used to trigger the uranium core of a nuclear bomb.
Fox news reported, “Al Qaeda affiliate mining uranium to send to Iran, ... (and by U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair) for invading Iraq in 2003.
But the base was also home to thousands of 120mm anti-tank depleted uranium (DU) artillery shells, weapons forged from the waste of the ...
As of 2013, the Iraq war cost taxpayers about $2 trillion, according to Reuters. ... Use of depleted uranium caused an increased rate of cancer and birth ... Saddam Hussein was a brutal dictator, but he was able to build up his ...
... to the example of Saddam Hussein in Iraq, but negotiations stretching ... Department of State to scale back its uranium enrichment program.
Yes, Bruce Wilson (Letters 23/3), Justice Mordy Bromberg in Eatock versus Bolt did find some minor factual errors. But the problem is that Bromberg also decided on the basis of "tone" that "it is the values, ... Blessed with vast coal and uranium ...
U.S. weapons flow to Israel, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, and Turkey, not to mention Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India, and to non-governmental organizations that the U.S.
We now know that the justification for those wars, specifically the Iraq conflict, never existed - that Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein allegedly had weapons of mass destruction. "Intelligence ... Having access to information about Africa and the Middle ...


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