Sunday, November 29, 2009

A Defiant Iran Declares Its Intent To Build Multiple Uranium Enrichment Sites

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad inspecting the Natanz nuclear plant in central Iran Photograph: EPA

Iran 'Planning 10 New Uranium Enrichment Sites' -- BBC

Iran's government has approved plans to build 10 new uranium enrichment plants, according to state media.

The government told the Iranian nuclear agency to begin work on five sites, with five more to be located over the next two months.

It comes days after the UN nuclear watchdog rebuked Iran for covering up a uranium enrichment plant.

Western powers say Iran is trying to develop nuclear arms. Iran says its nuclear programme is peaceful.

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More News on Iran's Announcement To Build Multiple Uranium Enrichment Sites

Iran approves building 10 enrichment sites -- Yahoo News/AP
Defiant Iran vows to build 10 new enrichment plants -- Yahoo News/AFP
Iran announces plans for 10 new uranium enrichment plants -- Washington Post
Iran defies world with plan for ten new nuclear sites -- Times Online
Iran approves 10 new nuclear plants -- The Guardian
Iran set to construct ten new enrichment plants -- Press TV (Iran)
Iran And UN Nuclear Watchdog Have Effectively Reached A Dead End -- Gov Monitor

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