Reuters reported that representatives from the EU are scheduled to meet with representatives from Iran to talk and negotiate on Iran's controversial nuclear program on May 15.
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Reuters reported that Iran’s president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad visited uranium-producing Niger on Monday as part of its aim to deepen its ties with Africa.
Reuters reported that operation has started at 2 uranium mines and milling plant in Iran, just days after inconclusive talks with six world powers ended.
Reuters reported that the United States ambassador to the UN, Joseph Macmanus, walked out of the nuclear meeting in protest of Iran’s representative accusing Israel of “genocide.”
Acquiring potable water resources and maximizing the value of oil and gas resources are the two most salient reasons for the push toward nuclear power generation in the Middle East.
Reuters reported that world powers are expected to offer sanctions relief to Iran during their meeting in the Kazakh city of Almaty if it agrees to put an end to its nuclear work.
Reuters reported that data shown by the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran said significant new reserves of raw uranium have been found in the southern and northern coastal areas.
Reuters reported that Iran, through its foreign ministry spokesperson, Ramin Mehmanparast, said the world powers’ plan to demand the closure of its uranium enrichment plant, Fordow, in exchange for the easing of sanctions on the country’s precious metals trade is unacceptable.
Reuters reported that Iran has said it has already started installing advanced machines that will be used to enrich uranium, an announcement that will most probably trigger more repercussions from the West and further complicate efforts to resolve the dispute over its nuclear program.
Reuters reported that Iran said on Tuesday it was going to convert a portion of its higher-grade uranium into reactor fuel. Such move could possibly put an end to the dispute with the West.