Diplomats from the UN's nuclear agency say they've seen satellite images of Iranian trucks and earth-moving vehicles working at Iran's Parchin site, in what they suspect is an attempt to scrub the area of radioactive traces ahead of the IAEA's visit. Diplomats tell the AP that they saw trucks hauling off soil that they suspect could have been contaminated in tests of a nuclear weapon trigger mechanism—whose only purpose, one diplomat said, would be related to a nuclear weapon.
Israel touted the pictures as evidence of "what Israel has been saying all along … the Iranian nuclear program is not benign." Israel seems increasingly eager to attack Iran; one official confirms for Reuters that in his visit to the White House, Benjamin Netanyahu requested bunker-busters and refueling planes, both of which would be conspicuously useful in an attack on Iran. An Israeli newspaper reported that President Obama had agreed, in exchange for promises Israel wouldn't attack this year, but Reuters' source called that "unrealistic."