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Iran builds 3,000 new advanced centrifuges to enrich uranium

03.03.2013 15:12

Iran is building 3,000 advanced centrifuges for enriching uranium, announced the republic’s nuclear chief as Israel accuses Tehran of using the six-party talks to “buy time” for producing an atomic bomb.

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Anonymous user 04.03.2013 00:08

canned food factory is not a real nuclear plant LOL

Anonymous user 04.03.2013 00:07

the towel-head regime shows the same old picture from 2008 of their canned food factory LOL

Anonymous user 04.03.2013 00:02

I know we're not supposed to say it, but 9/11/01 was because of Israel. So much killing and excuses.

Anonymous user 03.03.2013 23:36

Iran isn't Israel's slave, asking permission from Israel when Israel does anything it wants.

Anonymous user 03.03.2013 23:10

Congratulations to Iran, with the dozen Reactors Iran has planned they'll need many more centrifuges

Anonymous user 03.03.2013 23:00

Iran MUST have 10% more Nuclear Weapons than israHELL. That means 4000 N.B. Death to Zionist Devil.

Anonymous user 03.03.2013 22:54

RT, you ommited the word PERSIAN from PERSIAN GULF, please make the correction.

Anonymous user 03.03.2013 22:18

The US wants regime change in Iran. Their nuclear program is a deterrent to attack, if anything.

Anonymous user 03.03.2013 21:34

Israel needs to shut up Sick of them lieing all the time

Anonymous user 03.03.2013 21:11

Join the UPwising – Wake UP, Wise UP, Grow UP, Show UP

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