February 28, 2012

Iran 'Struggling' With New Nuclear Machines

Fredrik Dahl, Reuters

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Iran is still relying on decades-old technology to expand its nuclear program, a fact that suggests it might be having difficulties developing more modern machines that could speed up production of potential bomb material, experts say.

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