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2006-01-09 08:05:36

By Parisa Hafezi TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran confirmed it would resume research on nuclear fuel on Monday, prompting swift warnings by Germany of "consequences" and by the head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog that the world was running out of patience with Tehran. "Iran will today resume nuclear fuel research as scheduled," government spokesman Gholamhossein Elham told a news conference on Monday morning. Germany, France and Britain have been trying for over two years to persuade Iran to...

2006-01-07 17:11:21

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Russian diplomats sought a compromise on Saturday to Tehran's disputed nuclear program but Iran confirmed it was poised to resume atomic fuel research that will further inflame international anger. Hossein Entezami, spokesman for Iran's Supreme National Security Council, told the Fars news agency that talks with Russian diplomats in Tehran had been "satisfactory" and would continue on Sunday. Britain, France and Germany want Iran to allow Moscow to produce its...

2006-01-07 14:08:05

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Russian diplomats on Saturday sought a compromise to Tehran's disputed nuclear programme but Iran confirmed it was poised to resume atomic fuel research that will further inflame international anger. Hossein Entezami, spokesman of Iran's Supreme National Security Council, told the Fars news agency that talks with Russian diplomats in Tehran had been "satisfactory" and would continue on Sunday. Britain, France and Germany want Iran to allow Moscow to produce its...

2006-01-03 14:34:28

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Tuesday warned Iran against resuming atomic fuel research and development which it said would further Tehran's efforts to build nuclear bombs. "If Iran takes any further enrichment-related steps, the international community will have to consider additional measures to restrain Iran's nuclear ambitions," State Department spokesman Sean McCormack said. The United States suspects research and development work that Tehran said would restart on...

2006-01-03 12:25:00

By Paul Hughes TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran announced on Tuesday it would resume atomic fuel research and development next week, raising the specter of a fresh showdown with the West which suspects Tehran wants nuclear technology to build bombs. The news coincided with strong hints from Iran's Foreign Ministry that Tehran would reject a Russian compromise proposal aimed at defusing Iran's nuclear row with the West. The two developments were likely to spark renewed calls from Washington...

2006-01-03 10:52:00

By Paul Hughes TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran announced on Tuesday it would resume atomic fuel research and development next week, raising the spectre of a fresh showdown with the West which suspects Tehran wants nuclear technology to build bombs. The news coincided with strong hints from Iran's Foreign Ministry that Tehran would reject a Russian compromise proposal aimed at defusing Iran's nuclear row with the West. The two developments were likely to spark renewed calls from Washington...

2006-01-03 06:49:38

By Paul Hughes TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran announced on Tuesday it would resume nuclear fuel research, a move sure to anger Washington and the European Union which fear the Islamic state wants to make atomic fuel to build bombs. Mohammad Saeedi, deputy head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, said Tehran had informed the U.N. nuclear watchdog in writing that the nuclear work would resume shortly. "Within the next few days we will start researching that field in cooperation and...

2006-01-03 06:08:11

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran announced on Tuesday it would resume nuclear fuel research, a move sure to anger Washington and the European Union who fear Iran wants to make atomic fuel to build bombs. Mohammad Saeedi, deputy head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, said Tehran had informed the U.N. nuclear watchdog in writing that nuclear research would resume shortly. "Within the next few days we will start researching that field in cooperation and coordination with the IAEA...

2006-01-03 06:02:25

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran said it had informed the U.N.'s atomic watchdog in writing on Tuesday that it plans to resume nuclear fuel research in the coming days, state television reported. The move, hinted at by Iranian officials in recent weeks, comes despite warnings from European officials that any work connected to uranium enrichment, including research, could imperil a diplomatic solution to Iran's nuclear issue.

2005-12-30 03:58:25

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Security Council Head Igor Ivanov did not hold talks with Iranian officials about a Russian proposal to enrich uranium for the Islamic Republic, a spokesman was quoted by Interfax news agency as saying on Friday. "There was no such conversation," he told the agency. The spokesman was not available to confirm the report. An Iranian diplomat on Thursday said Ivanov and Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani had agreed to hold talks on the proposal in a...


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2005-05-25 11:04:31

Uranium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol U and atomic number 92. A heavy, silvery-white, toxic, metallic, and naturally-radioactive element, uranium belongs to the actinide series and its isotope 235U is used as the fuel for nuclear reactors and nuclear weapons. Uranium is commonly found in very small amounts in rocks, soil, water, plants, and animals (including humans). Notable characteristics When refined, uranium is a silvery white, weakly radioactive...

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