Scientists: Iran could make nuke in 1-3 years

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May 20, 2009 03:19

 
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A group of US and Russian scientists say Iran could produce a simple nuclear device in one to three years, and develop a nuclear warhead in another five years after that. The EastWest Institute says it brought US and Russian scientists together for the first time to produce a joint threat assessment on Iran's nuclear and missile potential. The institute is a nonpartisan organization focused on global challenges.

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