The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has issued an assessment Tuesday addressing Israeli allegations of a "secret" Iranian nuclear program. The UN watchdog says there are "no credible indications" of any Iranian activities after 2009.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a presentation Monday intended to give President Trump a justification for killing the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran. Netanyahu's evidence, however, centered on research conducted before 2003, and which was well-known.
Netanyahu tried to present the old research, and then conclude that more secret activities are ongoing. The IAEA, however, has a level of access within Iran unrivaled by any other safeguards agreement in the world. That access means claims of a whole additional secret program aren't particularly credible, and has led European countries to warn killing the P5+1 deal would threaten that access.