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Thursday, September 9, 2010

Iran Is Developing A 'Major' Nuclear Enrichment Site: Opposition Group

Shown here is a satellite image of an alleged nuclear enrichment site in Iran.

Iran Is Developing Secret Uranium-Enrichment Site, Dissident Group Claims -- Bloomberg
Iran is developing a secret uranium enrichment site near Qazvin, 120 miles west of Tehran, a dissident group said today, citing satellite images of the area.
The facility is called Behjatad-Abyek and is code-named 311, according to the Iran Policy Committee, which supports the anti-regime People’s Mujahedeen of Iran.
“This is certainly part of the secret weapons program,” said Alireza Jafarzadeh, who presented the photos at a Washington press conference. “It’s just moved underground, in tunnels, hidden from the outside world.”
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More News On Iran's Nuclear Program
Opposition Group Claims Iran Secretly Developing 'Major' Nuclear Enrichment Site -- FOX News
Opposition claim secret enrichment site in Iran -- AFP
Blair Warns on Iran's Nuclear Program -- Wall Street Journal
US lauds Japan for new Iran sanctions -- AFP
South Korea imposes independent sanctions on Iran -- AP
China Opposes South Korean Sanctions Against Iran -- Voice of America
Powers urge defiant Iran to cooperate with IAEA -- Reuters
UN report underscores concerns about Iran nuclear plans: US -- AFP
IAEA report: What's driving Iran's latest bout of nuclear obstinacy -- Christian Science Monitor
Iran's Shadow Games -- Wall Street Journal editorial
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