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I ran celebrates going nuclear.

There is obviously concern about

Iran. It's a country that supports

terrorists. Given its bitter

experience in Iraq, will the United

States really consider military

action? It would be a very risky

thing to do. On the other hand,

be a risk taker. President Bush has shown himself to

This program is captioned live. Welcome to the program. For months, particularly the United States, the international community, intense diplomacy has been engaged in a game of particularly the United States, the international community, intense diplomacy has been engaged in a game of from its nuclear ambitions. to try to force Iran to pull back But after a provocative announcement overnight, from the Iranian President has successfully enriched uranium declaring his country of the nuclear club, and is now claiming membership pondering what to say and do next. other world leaders are now Iran to develop nuclear fuels, The enriched uranium could allow at present levels, but according to experts, it's not suitable for military use. be a clandestine parallel program But America's fear is that there may capacity. to develop a nuclear weapon "moving in the wrong direction". The US Government says Iran is The question is: Administration seriously consider At what point does the Bush turning to military action? Scott Bevan reports

There is obviously concern about

Iran. It's a country

Iran. It's a country supports

terrorists. And the threat of a

nuclear weapons armed Iran, give

nuclear weapons armed Iran, given

its large oil and gas

as well is something that's very its large oil and gas recertificates

frightening to many members of the

international community. With much

ceremony, and even melody, the

President of Iran Mahmoud

Ahmadinejad told his people, and

world,over snoith that his country Ahmadinejad told his people, and the

has just become a member of a

powerful international club.

TRANSLATION: I formerly declare

that Iran has joined the club of

nuclear countries. I declare that

the laboratory-scaled nuclear fuel

cycle has been completed and young

scientists produced enriched

needed to the degree for nuclear scientists produced enriched uranium

power plants on Sunday, 9th April

this year. The announcement may power plants on Sunday, 9th April of

been embraced within Iran. This this year. The announcement may have

made all Iranians happy because been embraced within Iran. This news

is our natural right to have made all Iranians happy because this

cycle technology. But many around is our natural right to have nuclear

the world see this step as a reason

to worry. The Iranian announcement

today serves as a further example

the Iranian refusal to comply with today serves as a further example of

the demands of the international

community. Ever since Iran

recommissioned its nuclear research

facilities in January, ending a

two-year suspense on its uranium

enrichment work, the international

community has been suspicious of

what's been going on in the labs,

despite the Iranian president's

insistence that his intentions are

peaceful. Iran has form in

the international community. Dr peaceful. Iran has form in deceiving

MichaelpastFullilove is the program

director of global issues a the

Institute for international policy. director of global issues a the Lowy

He's written about Iran's nuclear

ambitions, past, present and future.

Because it hasn't been upfront in

the past there, are fears that Iran

may have, either Iran may have

parallel covert nuclear weapons

programs, or that it will under the

cover of the nuclear

non-proliferation treaty will

the nuclear fuel cycle so it's non-proliferation treaty will master

within a screwdriver's turn, if you

like, of acquire

like, of acquiring nuclear weapons.

Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation

says it has enriched uranium to the

level of 3.5%. Dr Reza

Hashemi-Nezhad, who's a nuclear

physicist at the University of

Sydney, says that low level the

uranium could be used only for a

nuclear fuel. In nuclear fuels the

range of the stand-out is around

3-5%. So from 0.7% which appears in

the nature you release it to 3-5%.

What levels would uranium need to

released for military purposes? What levels would uranium need to be

For militaryious you have to be

above 20%. At least. But in germ,

belief is that uranium nuclear bomb

must have more than 90%. It's

country that has indicated an

interest in having weapons of mass

destruction. The Iranian uranium

uranium enrichment announcent has destruction. The Iranian president's

come when the ink has barely

destroyed on reports that the

States is allegedly plan

States is allegedly planning destroyed on reports that the United

extraordinary military action. An

article in the 'New Yorker'

by renowned investigative article in the 'New Yorker' magazine

Seymour Hersh claims the White by renowned investigative journalist

has considered using tactical Seymour Hersh claims the White House

nuclear weapons against Iran. Even

the senior military personnel

that option ruled out. People in the senior military personnel wanted

White House, the Oval Office, the that option ruled out. People in the

Vice President's office said, no,

let's keep it in the plan. That

doesn't mean it won't happen. They

refused to take it out. President

Bush rejected the claim as wild

speculation. His defence secretary

equally dismissive. It's simply not

useful to get into fantasy land.

I think that's the least likely

option, actually. The ramifications

of using a nuclear device for the

first time in 60 years in part to

solve a crisis of nuclear

proliferation would be extreme and

think if the Americans were to use proliferation would be extreme and I

force they would much prefer to use

conventional methods. And Michael

Fullilove says there's compel

Fullilove says there's compelling

against the Americans launching it

at all. It could end up bolstering

support for Tehran while straining

Washington's aligns. It would be a

very risky thing to do. On the

very risky thing to do. On the other hand, President Bush has shown

himself to be a risk taker and it's

always possible that he would find

the risks of a - that he would risk

the uncertain, if you like, to

prevent the unthinkable. And while

drivers here are watching the

numbers rise on the petrol bowser

numbers rise on the petrol bowser in the lead-up to Easter,

the lead-up to Easter, international oil traders are keenly observing

what's happening in Iran. A lot of

traders are trying to digest the

news. We're talking about planned

possible strikes against Iran, the

No. 2 producer in OPEC. They rough

No. 2 producer in OPEC. They produce roughly 2.5 barrels a day. There's

roughly 2.5 barrels a day. There's a world spare of 2 million F you take

some of that oil on the market

some of that oil on the market there will be shortages. With Iran

will be shortages. With Iran already rejecting a UN Security Council

demand it stop all uranium

enhancement programs by the end of

this month, the search to solve the

stand-off continues. What is

required to deal with this Iranian

nuclear challenge is a broad and

determined international coalition.

The United States of America is on

The United States of America is on a dip pat tick track.

If I and the country I represented

wanted to avoid the use of nuclear

force against Iran the best thing

force against Iran the best thing to do is hang tough and move towards,

for example, diplomatic sanctions

against Iran because the best way

against Iran because the best way to avoid the use of force is to deploy

strong diplomatic action. That report from Scott Bevan. Still on matters nuclear, the Federal Government's historic deal to allow uranium sales to China has set off its own flurry of debate over where the nation should headed, not just on uranium mining, but also whether we should aspire to become a fully-fledged member of the nuclear industry. Australia contains more than one-third of the world's known uranium. Currently there are three mines producing yellowcake with a fourth expected on line soon. The Ranger Mine in the Top End produces the most uranium ore, but that mine is winding down, leaving the Olympic Dam Mine in the South Australian outback as the dominant player. BHP Billition, which took over the mine from WMC last year, plans to double the size of the operation, taking advantage of the largest known uranium ore body in the world. Mike Sexton reports.

The genie is out of the bottle. If

The genie is out of the bottle. If a deal is done with China pa, it will

be done with other countries. The

letty comes from nuclear power and

these nuclear power stations are

going the require uranium. The

genie isn't out of the bottle and

for us to say it's all a foreagain

conclusion and we might as well

conclusion and we might as well have open slather, that's not the way

this country should work.

It's 9 o'clock, another per fete

autumn day in outback South

Australia and every seat is taken

for the tour of BHP Billiton's

Olympic Dam mine. It is called

Olympic Dam because it was

originally built in 1956 by the

station owners of Roxby Downs and

they built this dam in 1956 when

they built this dam in 1956 when the Olympic Games were on in Melbourne.

When it comes to tourism

attractions, Olympic Dam may not

rival Uluru, but if you fancy

rival Uluru, but if you fancy copper and uranium mines, this is the

biggest show on earth. The legacy

biggest show on earth. The legacy of serious prehistoric ructions.

There was a time 1600 million years

ago when rocks were being melted

ago when rocks were being melted and some of the very big atoms were

coming into the melts from the

surrounding rocks and these melts

squirted up high into the crust and

exploded and concentrated the

uranium in these fractured exploded

rocks. So South Australia and parts

of western NSW are very, very rich

in uranium and a lot of other

minerals. While the ranger mine in

the Northern Territory produces

the Northern Territory produces more uranium oil than Olympic Dam,

uranium oil than Olympic Dam, mining will probably end there within two

years. Olympic Dam, meanwhile, has

the world's largest known uranium

deposit deep below the desert.

You don't get it until you're 3

You don't get it until you're 3 50m underground and it goes through to

800m. We have a system of roadways.

More than 200kms of roads that give

you access to the mining areas and

we do blasting underground and

we do blasting underground and bring to the surface the ore and it is processed to separate the copper

from the uranium, the sill ve and

the gold. It's the copper that

drives this operation earning 70%

drives this operation earning 70% of the mine's revenue. Uranium is

the mine's revenue. Uranium is worth 25% of earnings with gold and

25% of earnings with gold and silver making up the balance. But that

equation could change after this

month's deal with China opened up

month's deal with China opened up an enormous export market for

Australian yellowcake. But as big

Australian yellowcake. But as big as Olympic Dam is, BHP Billiton wants

to make it twice as big. Plans are

well advanced to start mining the

southern ore body which, if

approved, will create one of the

largest open-cut mines on earth.

They're talking about an area of

something like 3.5kms by 3.5kms by

something like 3.5kms by 3.5kms by a kilometre deep. That's one heck of

kilometre deep. That's one heck of a big hole in the ground. Any new marketing opportunity is important,

but I emphasise that this study was

under way before the Chinese

opportunity became available.

15kms away from Olympic Dam is

15kms away from Olympic Dam is South Australia's Elliot, Roxby Downs.

Here the statistics tell the story

of a boom town - low unemployment,

high wages, low crime rate, high

birth rate. Yeah, children

everywhere. It's a place to have

children. One of the great birth

rates of the country. James

rates of the country. James Goldrick is a consultant for the Roxby Downs

Council and is helping plan the

future of the town, which is

expected to double in the next

decade. Creating a vibrant

decade. Creating a vibrant community is important to BHP Billiton

is important to BHP Billiton because with a worldwide shortage of

mineworker, recruiting people to

work at Olympic Dam heavily relies

on making Roxby attractive to

potential workers. The biggest

underlying issue also that affects

economics is we have a turnover of

population of about 70% every three

to five years. That's a big cost

for business. Not only the mine,

for business. Not only the mine, but also for the little shop here or

also for the little shop here or the hairdresser. Taryn Chick has

literally seen Roxby Downs grow up.

Hers was the first shop opened here

in 1988 and she says while the chat

in the Salon has been positive

in the Salon has been positive about the mine expansion, there are some

concerns about how the town will

cope. Worrying about housing and

shops, whether there will be enough

shops to cater for everybody. But I

think with the expansion hopefully

the town will grow as well. There

are those further removed who

believe the proposed mine expansion

has is only the beginning.

has is only the beginning. Australia can take control of the world's

nuclear supply and treatment and

disposal of waste. I see this as

disposal of waste. I see this as one of the greatest economic

opportunities that Australia has

ever been offered. Ian Plymer is

Professor of Mining Geology at the

University of Adelaide and believes

the government should take a cradle

to the grave approach to uranium.

to the grave approach to uranium. He wants to see enrichment plants

wants to see enrichment plants built here to have releases to overseas

reactors. The rods would be return

for reprocessing and ultimately

storage. If this industry was

established you'd have a boom if

ployment. The mislikely place to

ployment. The mislikely place to put it is South Australia because South

Australia has the world's biggest

reserves of uranium deposits and it

is an area that is grossly

underpopulated and an area where

underpopulated and an area where you have rocks that have been stable

have rocks that have been stable for thousands of millions of years.

Stability they try and measure over

thousands of years. Political

stability you are lucky to measure

it over five years. Some of the

countries we rared as our good

friends 20 or 30 years ago look

friends 20 or 30 years ago look like being the subject of military

being the subject of military action because they've moved away.

Countries like Iran. The Green's

South Australian MP Mark Parnell

believes the profits from selling

uranium should be balanced against

the environmental cost of mining a

mineral that could be used for

nuclear weapons. It's no great

nuclear weapons. It's no great pride we should have that we've the

greatest uranium mine. It's an

industry over decades that's still

not solved the basic problem of

not solved the basic problem of what to do with the waste and it's an

industry whilst it continues to

progress, makes the world a less safe place.

Myramping up of a nuclear industry

would require significant changes

would require significant changes in both state and federal legislation,

making it a long-term proposition

making it a long-term proposition at best. In the short term, the likely

expansion of Olympic Dam will

guarantee uranium mining here to

guarantee uranium mining here to the end of this century. Disbr>> Mike Sexton with that report. And in London, the Court of Appeal has just delivered a verdict in the David Hicks case. The court has dismissed the British Government's appeal against David Hicks' eligibility for British citizenship which means David Hicks should now be registered as a British citizen and could ultimately lead to his release from Guantanamo Bay. David Hicks' US lawyer, Major Michael Mori is in Australia and he joins me now from Adelaide.

Michael Mori what happens now the

British Government has lost this

appeal I'm sure the government will

try to ask to appeal to this

decision to the House of Lords and

will probably find out by the

will probably find out by the middle of June, it could be that late,

whether or not the House of Lords

will accept their appeal or deny it.

What's the likelihood of that

What's the likelihood of that appeal being accepted? I understand that

being accepted? I understand that if it's a unanimous verdict, as it has

been with this appeal, that that

makes it less likely that the Lords

may accept the appeal? I think

you're absolutely right. I think

it's less likely that the appeal

will be accepted. I just wish the

British Government would get on

British Government would get on with it and go down to garn know and

formal lice David's citizenship.

Even if he gets his British

citizenship and renowns his

Australian citizenship, is there

guarantee that the British Australian citizenship, is there any

Government would then request his

release from Guantanamo and

repatriation to Britain? Did you

David renounces Australian repatriation to Britain? Did you say

citizenship? It's been reported to

help his case if he is given

citizenship that he might now help his case if he is given British

renounce his Australian citizenship?

Absolutely not. David will never

renounce his Australian citizenship.

He's from Australia and proud he's

from Australia and proud of his

family heritage in the UK and he's

proud to be a dual national and he

just wants both of those

formalised. Are you confident that just wants both of those citizenship

dual nationality or dual

will not weaken his case with the dual nationality or dual citizenship

British Government to persuade them

to go to America and ask for his

release? I don't think so. I think

the British government's position

Guantanamo Bay and the military the British government's position on

missions has been cleared from the

Prime Minister and the military

commissions do not meet

international legal standards.

Guantanamo should close and I don't

see the British Government changing

its position on Guantanamo Bay.

Youty it's out of the question that

they could complain their position;

that they have to be consistent

David Hicks, as they have been with that they have to be consistent with

the nine British citizens already

released? I think when Prime

Minister Blair's recent visit to

Australia he expressed he its

opinion it's all about values and

part of his value is that

should close and the value of a part of his value is that Guantanamo

trial and the commission doesn't should close and the value of a fair

meet that and I don't see the

that he holds changing. But of meet that and I don't see the values

course then there's the question of

whether America would automatically

accept any or exceed to any British

request for David Hicks' rel less

once he was granted citizenship?

Absolutely. The United States

Government is trying to block it

ways. One they're interfering with Government is trying to block it two

the US - the access support the

British Government embassy

to get to Guantanamo to swear David British Government embassy personnel

in. The British Government

acknowledge that for several months

they've been rying to gain access

David to swear him in and formalise they've been rying to gain access to

his citizenship. The US Government

has been blocking that. Then of

course with the US Government stick

to the agreement they have with the

UK that they would not process any

British nationals through a

Commission? Can you recall or do British nationals through a Military

know how long it took the Commission? Can you recall or do you

process between Britain and America know how long it took the diplomatic

before their nine previous citizens

were released from Guantanamo?

Well, I think the negotiations

between the US and the UK at least

in the media it was reported that

those negotiations were going on in

the second half of July and within

year they were all released and the the second half of July and within a

agreement was put in place that no

British national would face a

Military Commission and they were

all released. Remember two of the

British nationals released were

designate bod I the US President to

go to a Military Commission and yet

the UK were able to get them out.

So you're confident that if they

ask, the Americans will be forced

yield to British diplomatic ask, the Americans will be forced to

pressurer in the Hicks case?

I hope that they will stick to

values and their position on I hope that they will stick to their

Guantanamo and the Military

Commission not meeting

legal standards and Davidkm Hicks Commission not meeting international

will receive the same benefit tas

every other British national has

received and by the way Australian

nationals that Mr Hab bib has been

released. There is only one Aussie

national and that is David Hicks

after four years it is about time national and that is David Hicks and

was reunited with his family and after four years it is about time he

received justice. In the meantime

you've said it could take until

before it is clarified as to you've said it could take until June

this could be a further appeal to before it is clarified as to whether

the House of Lords. In the Meantime,

there's also the Guantanamo Bay

case before the American Supreme there's also the Guantanamo Bay test

Court. What's the status in that

case and how might that affect

Hicks' status as a Guantanamo Bay case and how might that affect David

in-mate in Yes, sir. You know,

waiting to see what the Supreme in-mate in Yes, sir. You know, we're

Court of the United States will do.

We expect a decision mid-June, at

the end of June. We're hoping that

the Supreme Court will find that

military commissions are unlawful. the Supreme Court will find that the

We're going to have the wait and

see. Obviously if the Supreme Court

goes against commissions, the

commissions will stop and what I

would be concerned with is the

decision leaves wiggle room for the

US Administration to try and modify

the situation and prolongs David's

position with the trial. Now we're

into the fifth year T US had the

opportunity to do it right and

failed for 2.5 years. It's about

time the Government of Australia

reconsider the position now. Over

four years in confinement and I

think it's about time to bring him

home. So either way, either you are

going to have to wait either for

British system to work its way going to have to wait either for the

finally through the appeals process,

then for a diplomatic process

between Britain and America or

alternatively, you could equally be

waiting months before the legal

if America is thought through. So waiting months before the legal case

either way, David Hicks could still

be in Guantanamo Bay for a

significant number of months?

You're absolutely right.

Unfortunately, waiting on the

Australian Government to stand up

for the rights of

for the rights of one of its

citizens in this has taken far too

long. It seems the Australian

Government will take action to

protect the rights of some

Indonesian citizens but won't take

the action to protect the rights of

David Hicks. Thank you for talking

to me tonight. Thank you for

me, sir. to me tonight. Thank you for having demanding a recount, With outgoing PM Silvio Berlusconi some time yet Italians may be waiting their parliamentary elections, for a definitive result from centre-left coalition even though Romano Prodi's has claimed victory. is the election of two men One result beyond question, however, Italian citizens in Australia, to represent expatriate and one in the Senate. one in the Lower House may be among a handful of MPs In fact, Senator Nino Randazzo in Italy's Upper House, to hold the balance of power drawing an inevitable comparison senator, Barnaby Joyce. with Australian National Party Mick Bunworth caught up with Italian Australia's newest political representatives in Melbourne today.

Meet Nino Randazzo and Marco Fedi,

two pen who've just been elected to

represent the biggest electorate on

earth. The electorate I represent

goes as far north as Mongolia and

far south as Antarctica and far

far south as Antarctica and far east as the Pacific islands Aspinall far

west as to the west coast of Africa.

So I think I've got the largest

electorate in the world to look

after. Sit going to be a challenge.

We've been travelling regularly to

Italy as part of a council. Council

of Italians I broad. Travelling to

Italy isn't an issue. Keeping in

touch with such a vast and diverse

electorate would be an entirely

different matter. It's the first

time the Italian Parliament has

facilitated the election of 12

facilitated the election of 12 Lower House MPs and six senators to

represent communities of Italians

living abroad. Together, Mr Fedi

living abroad. Together, Mr Fedi and Mr Randazzo from Romano Prodi's

centre left young party are

responsible for Italians on four

continents with the bulk being here

in Australia. Well, they need two

strong voices and that was part of

our campaign. In fact, we said that

having two strong voices in the

Italian Parliament would have (1)

helps the Italian-Australian

community to solve some of the

problems we are facing, in terms of

social security. It's one of the

areas of concern. In terms of

re-opening the opportunity to

reacquire Italian citizenship and

also in terms of bringing to the

Italian Parliament our own identity.

On Melbourne's famed Italian strip,

Lygon Street today, the MP's new

constituents were already jut

constituents were already jut lining their expectations. Mostly look

after the elderly people, their pension

pensions and protect them in any

case. We believe we want a lot of

support because the government Mr

Berlusconi they make for years a

Berlusconi they make for years a lot of Italians suffer, suffer, from

of Italians suffer, suffer, from the north to the south. I'm very happy

because this means a big change for

Italy. We had the last few years

very bad, economy and all of these

things. So we hope that now with

this change towards the left is

going to be good for the

working-class, mostly for the

working-class. But more than just

represent Australian-Italian

citizens, Mr Randazzo could be one

of a handful of senators to hold

power in it will it's Upper House

drawing a comparison with National

Party senator, Barnaby Joyce.

So like Barnaby Joyce you won't be

seeking policy from the Prodi --.

I'm part of the Prodi majority and

I'm part of the Prodi majority and I have Accepted every bit of the

official program of that Government.

This circumstance will help us to

push ideas, proposals and I think

push ideas, proposals and I think it will be taken more seriously than

Italian my grants have been taken

the past. In Rome, Italy's Prime

Minister kp elect is clearly

relishing the prospect of

controlling both houses of

Parliament and counting on the

support of Mr Randazzo and others.

It was a hard job, difficult battle

until the last moment, but we got

it. We got it. Both in the chamber

and in the Senate. Now with the

majority also in the Senate and so

there's no, no, no problem to have

strong Government for my country. there's no, no, no problem to have a

But first he may have to stave off

challenge from the incumbent. But first he may have to stave off a

TRANSLATION: We won't hesitate to

recognise the political victory for

our adversaries, but only once the

necessary legal verification

procedures have been completed. Now

nobody can say to be the winner.

In my opinion, it's just a

strategy. Mr Berlusconi at the doesn't Noah is

doesn't know know what he's going strategy. Mr Berlusconi at the stage

do. He's out of office and maybe doesn't know know what he's going to

even out of the Opposition

leadership. It might be that he has

to face his own problems, finally.

That is why he's disputing the

result. Marco Fedi and Nino

hope to visit as many of their result. Marco Fedi and Nino Randazzo

constituents as possible during

their 5-year terms, within reason.

Will you be travelling to

Will you be travelling to Antarctica

to meet your consit wents there ?

20 or 25 constituents there. I

know how they voted. I haven't 20 or 25 constituents there. I don't

out yet. There's a scientific base know how they voted. I haven't found

in Antarctica but I don't think

the penguins will need in Antarctica but I don't think that

representations. I'll be quite the penguins will need parliamentary

to take a tour of Antarctica, but representations. I'll be quite happy

that will not be a priority. It

be quite a commute from Melbourne that will not be a priority. It must

commute for any politician anywhere Rome. I would think the longest be quite a commute from Melbourne to

in the world. That report from Mick Bunworth. And that's the program for tonight. for full coverage Join us again tomorrow at the Cole Inquiry of the Prime Minister's appearance into the wheat scandal. But, for now, goodnight.

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