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Nuclear negotiations help Iranian regime acquire nuclear bomb

NCRI - IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano addressing the 35-nation body said on Monday the nuclear activities of the Iranian regime are "in clear contravention of resolutions adopted by the [IAEA] Board of Governors and the United Nations Security Council", adding that talks with Iran “have been going around in circles.”

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Iran: The only solution to stop mullahs' nuclear weapon

The Iranian regime announced the opening of new key nuclear-related projects on Tuesday that expand the its ability to extract and process uranium, which can be enriched for atomic weapons.

The development came three days after the failure of nuclear negotiations between the Iranian regime and the 5+1 countries in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

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US tells Iran: Negotiate in good faith on nuclear programme

Feb 25 (Reuters) - Iran still has time to find a diplomatic solution to the international standoff over its nuclear programme but the Islamic Republic must negotiate with world powers in good faith, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday.

"The window for a diplomatic solution simply cannot by definition remain open forever. But it is open today. It is open now," Kerry told reporters in London.

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Iran: Increasing cancer cases in Arak due to non-standard power plant

NCRI - In an unprecedented confession, Majlis (parliament) member from the city of Arak said: “Due to the Shazand power plant, the residents of Arak are living 250 days a year under contaminated air conditions. As a result, a number of people in this city are suffering from cancer and 300 are in line for hospital treatment.”

The scope of the catastrophe is actually far worse. In the Shazand power plant, fuel- oil (C.F.O) is used instead of gas, while the plant’s filtering system, built for gas contamination, is not able to purify the pollution resulting from fuel- oil and contaminated gas is constantly spreading throughout the city.

The spread of cancer is while the people cannot afford the enormous expenses of medical treatment due to high unemployment and low incomes. For example, the main injection needed to treat this illness – which must be injected 9 to 17 times – costs 50 million rials (equal to around $4,100). This is more than a year’s income for an ordinary worker.

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Prior to the IAEA meeting in Tehran, the Iranian regime’s media have been briefed for propaganda for the regime and against the atomic agency

The Supreme National Security Council of the clerical regime has tasked the editors of trusted media in a confidential instruction to portray the IAEA as incapable of decision making and not independent, simultaneous with the negotiations between the Iranian regime and the International Atomic Energy Agency,

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New IAEA report indicative of increased efforts by mullahs' regime to acquire nuclear weapons

NCRI - According to the new IAEA report, the religious dictatorship ruling Iran has tripled the speed of uranium enrichment to 20% level and currently disposes of around 110 kilograms of 20% enriched uranium. The said uranium was produced mostly in the city of Qom, where some 700 centrifuges are currently working.

According to the same report, 2600 new centrifuges have been installed in Natanz during the last three months, with the number of cascades increased from 37 to 52 since November. The report affirms that the mullahs' regime currently disposes of 5451 kilograms of 5% enriched uranium.

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