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In the May 2004 issue, the article “Energy Dept. Reshuffles Nonproliferation Program” reported that the Department of Energy’s Foreign Research Reactor Spent Nuclear Fuel Acceptance Program had retrieved 485 kilograms of U.S.-origin highly enriched uranium from abroad. The correct figure is 1,100 kilograms. The 485 kilograms is the amount of U-235 retrieved. An Energy Department official provided Arms Control Today with the original, incorrect data.

In the May 2004 issue, the article “Iran and IAEA Agree on Action Plan; U.S., Europeans Not Satisfied” reported that an official from Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization told Reuters April 12 that Iran had stopped making gas centrifuge components 30 days earlier. The official actually said Iran stopped making the components April 9.