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  1. Iran is set to start producing new centrifuges for enriching uranium at its Natanz facility in a month's time. The move was not in violation of the 2015 nuclear deal European powers have been trying to salvage.

  2. The framework agreement reached at Lausanne is much more extensive than the November 2014 interim agreement, which froze Iran’s nuclear program in place, in return for modest sanctions relief ...

  3. DIARY-Political and General News Events from June 20

  4. Austria called on Germany to fully clarify allegations that German intelligence agents systematically spied on politicians, international organizations and companies on Austrian territory, as ...

  5. According to International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), there are a total of 451 nuclear power reactors currently in operation, with 394,836 Mega Watts electric (MWe) of net installed ...

  6. The summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un built a foundation for denuclearization on the Korean peninsula, but the process needs to be verifiable and irreversible ...

  7. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is heading to Europe on a whirlwind tour designed to seek funds for Tehran as it continues to oppose the U.S. decision to drop the 2015 nuclear accord. Austria ...

  8. Officials from Tokyo and Pyongyang met informally on the sidelines of the Ulaanbaatar Dialogue in Mongolia, Japanese media reported, possibly to address the issue of abducted Japanese citizens ...

  9. But the following year, North Korea threatened to withdraw from the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and the IAEA found discrepancies in the reactor’s declared plutonium yield. The joint ...

  10. Rouhani will visit Switzerland on July 2-3 and then head on July 4 to Vienna -- home of the UN nuclear watchdog the IAEA which monitors Iran's compliance with the accord.

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