Syria to receive IAEA nuclear rebuke
The International Atomic Energy Agency's board of governors is expected to rebuke Syria this week over covert atomic work.
The IAEA's latest report on Syria concluded that a Syrian site destroyed in an Israeli raid in 2007 was very likely a nuclear reactor.
The United States and its Western allies want Damascus to be reported to the UN Security Council, but several countries oppose the move.
Bethany Bell reports.
- 6 June 2011
- BBC News