Saturday, 28 November 2009

BBC: Deepening western fears about Iran's Nuclear Ambitions

In this article,
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/8382486.stm

the bbc writes:


"In September, it emerged that as well as its uranium enrichment facility at Natanz, Iran had a second such facility near the town of Qom. The revelation deepened Western fears about the country's nuclear ambitions."


Of course the bbc omits to tell us that when the UN inspectors visited the site they told us they found, "nothing to be worried about", and that it is just a, "hole in a mountain"


Could the BBC mention this? Of course they could. I've sent a complaint off. I'll publish my reply if I get one!

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