LIGNET: New Iranian Centrifuges Could Kill Nuclear Deal

Monday, 06 Jan 2014 05:41 PM

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Iran's atomic program chief Ali Akbar Salehi, right, attends a protest in Qom by Iranian students defending their country's nuclear program on Nov. 19, 2013. (CHAVOSH HOMAVANDI/AFP/Getty Images)
Recent developments in Iran are raising new questions about the regime’s commitment to the breakthrough deal reached with the world's major powers seven weeks ago. Talks with the P5+1 countries were suspended for several days in late December after a controversial Dec. 26 statement by Ali Akbar Salehi, head of Tehran’s nuclear agency, that Iran is building a new generation of uranium centrifuges.

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