Iran enriching domestic uranium

As new round of nuclear talks begin in Geneva

BBC: Iran and key world powers are gathering in the Swiss city of Geneva to discuss Tehran's disputed nuclear programme. These are the first such talks in more than a year, although analysts say any breakthrough is unlikely. On Sunday Iran announced that it had delivered its first domestically produced raw uranium to a plant that can make it ready for enrichment. The US criticised the move but Tehran said it would now go to the talks with "strength and power". On state television, nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi said the Geneva talks were for the benefit of the other countries, not Iran. "We want to create a graceful solution out of the political deadlock for those who have pressurised us," he said >>>



Yellow Cake?

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Home-obtained U!

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We have EVERYTHING but could you spare something?!

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Everything is sacred