Read few comments. Read also the full text of Iran nuclear deal.
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An article based on the leaked cables in the Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten claims that Iran has been developing contacts in more than thirty countries, in order to acquire the technology, equipment and raw materials needed to develop a nuclear bomb.
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Will Tehran comply with international demands over its nuclear program? UN Security Council resolution 1929 was passed by 12 votes. Brazil and Turkey voted against. Lebanon abstained.
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According to a new book of US academic and newspaper The Guardian Israel offered to sell South Africa nuclear weapons.
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It could be positive but first of all it looks like Tehran is trying to buy some time before to postpone sanctions. And in fact, the deal allows Tehran to continue the enrichment of nuclear material.
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