28.01.2011 MohamedElBaradei, former IAEA chief and Nobel Prize laureate, is now under house arrest in Egypt, according to the AP (via Sky News). ElBaradei just returned to the country yesterday. He has.
(, ; born 17 June 1942 in Cairo, Kingdom of Egypt) is an Egyptian law scholar and diplomat. He was the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), an intergovernmental organization under the auspices of the United Nations, from 1997 to 2009. He and the IAEA were jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005. ElBaradei was also an important figure in the 2011 Egyptian revolution which ousted the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
13.07.2011 [PipeLineNews.org] - ... the West continues to dither, pretending that the IAEA [Muslim Brotherhood leader MohamedElBaradei's former play-toy] and the international diplomatic community can prevent the country's eventual development [perhaps in short order] of nuclear
12.07.2011 [Daily News Egypt] - CAIRO: In a statement Tuesday by the National Association for Change and the Campaign to Support MohamedElBaradei, the former IAEA chief said that “the priority for Egypt now is to form a government of
07.07.2011 [gulfnews.com] - These words come from MohamedElBaradei, the former head of the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) whose underlying belief that the UN must manage the world's nuclear affairs was challenged by the hypocrisy of some of the world's
06.07.2011 [Islamic Republic News Agency] - Iran signed a Modality Plan with former IAEA Director-General MohamedElBaradei in 2007 to resolve the outstanding issues about the national nuclear program within a specified period. Iran provided data and explanations to the agency over the
05.07.2011 [Lanka Newspapers] - This is what former Head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Nobel Laureate, MohamedElBaradei has asked in his well researched book, The Age of Deception, Nuclear Diplomacy in Treacherous Times: `Should the United Nations request an
05.07.2011 [Dissident Voice] - MohamedElBaradei, a Nobel Peace Prize recipient who is now a candidate for the Presidency of Egypt, spent twelve years as the director-general of the IAEA, retiring two years ago. In his recent interview, he said, “I don't believe Iran is a clear and
25.06.2011 [Kipp Report] - Amano, who has taken a blunter approach towards the Islamic state than his predecessor MohamedElBaradei, met with Abbasi-Davani on the sidelines of a week-long, international nuclear safety meeting in the Austrian capital. Abbasi-Davani said after the
18.02.2011 UPDATE 2 (Tuesday): MohamedElBaradei, the former head International Atomic Energy Administration (IAEA), is perhaps the most famous expatriate Egyptian. In the past, he's been cited as one person who could possibly take down Mubarak. ...
26.08.2012 Previous IAEA director MohamedElBaradei, who was replaced by Yukiya Amano in 2009, had refused to publish the document because of its doubtful character. The Associated Press reported being told by diplomats that the IAEA had gone ...
19.02.2010 Dr. MohamedElBaradei -- former director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Nobel Peace Prize laureate, and potential presidential contender -- was returning home. ElBaradei's return represents a ...