Iran building 3,000 'advanced centrifuges'
According to a report in Iranian media, Iran is building 3,000 'advanced centrifuges
' to be installed in its Natanz nuclear facility.
Iran is building about 3,000 advanced uranium-enrichment centrifuges,
Iranian media reported on Sunday, a development likely to add to
Western concerns about the Islamic state's disputed nuclear programme.
announced earlier this year that it would install the new-generation
centrifuges at its Natanz uranium enrichment plant, but Sunday's reports
in Iranian agencies appeared to be the first time a specific figure was
given for the number of new machines.
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Labels: Iranian nuclear threat, Natanz, uranium enrichment