IAEA data suggests Iran's stockpile of uranium gas still below Israel's 'red line'

August 28, 2013 15:37

VIENNA, - Iran has installed about 1,000 advanced uranium enrichment centrifuges and plans to test them, a UN nuclear report showed, a development likely to worry Western powers hoping for a change of course under the country's new president.

The International Atomic Energy Agency's quarterly report - the first since relative moderate Hassan Rouhani won Iran's June presidential election - also said the Islamic state had started making fuel assemblies for a reactor which the West fears could yield nuclear bomb material. Iran denies any such aim.

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