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Iran says will begin uranium enrichment at Fordow if nuclear deal unravels

Reuters Wednesday, 13 June 2018
Iran says will begin uranium enrichment at Fordow if nuclear deal unravelsBEIRUT (Reuters) - Iran will begin uranium enrichment at its Fordow plant and will install new nuclear equipment at its Natanz facility if it withdraws from a nuclear deal with major powers, said the spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran (AEOI).
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On Wednesday, Reuters reported that Iran will begin uranium enrichment at its Fordow plant and will install new nuclear equipment at its Natanz facility. A spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran said the movements will proceed if it withdraws from a nuclear deal with major powers. The...

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