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Iran adds machines at enrichment plant struck by blast

Iran has installed extra advanced centrifuges at its underground uranium enrichment plant at Natanz that was hit by a blast last week, a report by the U.N. atomic watchdog on Wednesday showed. The International Atomic Energy Agency …

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Iran runs new cascade of centrifuges in Natanz

The International Atomic Energy Agency said Iran has begun enriching uranium with a third cascade of advanced IR-2m centrifuge machines at the Natanz nuclear site. "On 7 March 2021, the Agency verified... that: Iran had begun …

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IAEA worried Iran may have undeclared nuclear material

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is deeply concerned that Iran may have undeclared nuclear material at an undisclosed location, Director-General Rafael Mariano Grossi said. "The presence of multiple uranium particles …

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Uranium traces found at two sites Iran barred it from

The U.N. nuclear watchdog found uranium particles at two Iranian sites it inspected after months of stonewalling, diplomats say, and it is preparing to rebuke Tehran for failing to explain, possibly complicating U.S. efforts to revive nuclear …

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Iran plans to scale back cooperation with IAEA in a week

Iran has told the U.N. nuclear watchdog it will dramatically scale back cooperation with it in a week, a report by the agency to its member states showed on Tuesday, ratcheting up protests against U.S. sanctions still choking its economy. …

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 IAEA: Iran produces uranium metal

Iran has carried out its plan to produce uranium metal, the U.N. atomic watchdog confirmed, despite Western powers having warned Iran that would breach their 2015 nuclear deal as uranium metal can be used to make the core of an atom bomb. …

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Why would U.S. go back to deal with Iran?

The United States is sending signals of readiness to return to the deal on the Iranian nuclear program, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said. She stated that at the moment there have been no significant shifts …

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Iran starts process of enriching uranium to 20% at Fordow

The U.N. nuclear watchdog has confirmed in a report to member states that Iran has begun the process of enriching uranium to a higher level than it has done since its 2015 deal with major powers took effect, Iran’s envoy to the agency said …

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Nuclear power plant makes Armenia a ticking time bomb

Once Armenia's defeat against Azerbaijan was put on paper, some Armenians, struggling to face reality, brought up nuclear weapons as a form of potential retaliation (See Armenian newspaper calls for use of nuclear weapon against Azerbaijan) These discussions, however, ignore the fact that Armenia does host nuclear power on its soil but in the form of a decaying Soviet nuclear reactor – a ticking bomb that is not only a threat to Armenia itself but its neighbors as well

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