High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Operation Orchard was an
Israeli airstrike on a nuclear reactor in the Deir ez-Zor region of
Syria carried out just after midnight (local time) on September 6,
2007. The White House and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) later
confirmed that American intelligence had also indicated the site
was a nuclear facility with a military purpose, though Syria denies
this. An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) investigation
reported evidence of uranium and graphite and concluded that the
site bore features resembling an undeclared nuclear reactor. IAEA
was initially unable to confirm or deny the nature of the site
because, according to IAEA, Syria failed to provide necessary
cooperation with the IAEA investigation Syria has disputed these
claims. In April 2011, the IAEA officially confirmed that the site
was a nuclear reactor.
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