A U.N. nuclear inspector from South Korea was killed Tuesday
TEHRAN, Iran -- A U.N. nuclear inspector from South Korea was killed Tuesday and a colleague was injured in a car crash near a reactor site in central Iran, the nuclear watchdog agency said.
The incident comes ahead of a new round of technical discussions between Tehran and the IAEA to be held in Vienna beginning Sunday. Higher-level negotiations also are planned later this month in Baghdad between envoys from Iran and six world powers including the United States.
Inspectors from the U.N nuclear watchdog regularly visit Iran's nuclear facilities, which include a Russian-built energy reactor and uranium enrichment laboratories.
Today was a busy day for the Israel-Iran Conflict.