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World’s top nuclear powers “demand Iran nuke site opened”

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Will they demand the same of themselves?

According to the Telegraph:

Building work “started in earnest” in the middle of 2006, sources said, with workers tunneling into the side of a mountain to excavate a space large enough for around 3,000 centrifuges for enriching uranium.

While that may sound large, sources say it is “insufficient for a civilian fuel reactor,” particularly using the old P1 centrifuges based on a 1970s design developed by the Pakistani programme run by AQ Khan.

Irancove @ September 25, 2009

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