Iran significantly ‘speeds up nuclear enrichment’

Iran has 9,330 installed centrifuges in Natanz, according to the IAEAIran has significantly stepped up the pace at which it is enriching uranium, shortening the time it would take for it to reach a nuclear threshold, two Israeli newspapers reported on Monday.

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