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A general view of the Bushehr main nuclear reactor, Iran
Iranian nuclear weapon plans go back to 2002, secret documents reveal

These documents, if true, undermine the basis of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the Iran deal, signed in 2015 by the US, Iran, France, the UK, Germany, China and Russia

German intel: Iran wants to expand to weapons of mass destruction

Iran was termed a "risk country" in the 335-page document outlining serious threats to the security and democracy of the state of Bavaria.

 Iranians gather at Azadi (freedom) square to mark the 27th anniversary of Iran's Islamic Revolution
Does Iran’s new uranium enrichment threat matter?

Iran announced it was “ready” to make the jump to reaching 190,000 (Separate Work Units) SWU for enriching uranium.

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Iran to boost nuclear activities, uranium enrichment

Iran already warned in July 2018 that uranium production would increase following the construction of an advanced factory, which would be ready in 10 months.

AN IRANIAN ballistic missile on display in Tehran.
Nearly all of Iran's advanced nuke centrifuges failing, top expert reveals

David Albright is as concerned as ever about Tehran plotting to obtain a nuclear bomb and emphasizes the need for Israel and the West to stand watch.

Atomic Chief: 'Iran could enrich uranium up to 20 percent within 4 days'

Salehi did not elaborate on his remark about stockpiles. Iran's reserve of 20 percent enriched uranium was downblended, shipped abroad or turned into fuel plates for a research reactor after deal.

By REUTERS
15/01/2019
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani addresses the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly
Iran's Rouhani at U.N. dismisses U.S. sanctions as 'psychological warfare'

"We do not wish to go to war with American forces anywhere in the region," Rouhani said.

Angela Merkel gestures during a cabinet meeting in Berlin
Exclusive: German intelligence contradicts Merkel on Iran's nuclear drive

The domestic intelligence agencies in Germany are the functional equivalent of Israel’s Shin Bet.

Lebanon president says U.S. pullout from Iran deal will hurt Middle East

Lebanese President Michel Aoun said on Monday the US withdrawal from world powers' 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran would have negative consequences for Middle East stability.

By REUTERS
16/07/2018
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