Iran Has Nuclear Warhead, Says Soviet Physicist

It's from Sueddeutsche Zeitung, citing a "new IAEA summary."  The article is in German. Here's a translation:

"Iran has developed a nuclear warhead, according to an article in the German newspaper "Sueddeutsche Zeitung". A foreigner alleged to have helped Iran towards developing nuclear weapons is from the former Soviet Union...The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has already mentioned the employment of a foreigner in the nuclear programme.

Quoting a new IAEA summary, the Suddeutsche said the scientist had previously worked in a Soviet nuclear weapons laboratory on advanced warheads. It said both western intelligence services and diplomats had confirmed the connection.

The newspaper added that Iran was trying to make a nuclear weapon small enough to fit into one of its Shahab 3 medium-range missiles and was designing a so-called two-point implosion system, which requires only two simultaneously exploding detonators to trigger a nuclear blast.

The former Soviet scientist was an expert on the high-speed cameras needed to test if both detonations were symmetrical, and had worked for Iran from the mid-1990s till 2000.

Somebody better tell Director of National Intelligence Blair, who testified this week that the Iranian regime had not yet decided to produce nuclear weapons.