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Iran says it has uncovered second cyber attack

Iran has been hit by a second computer virus, a senior military official said Monday, suggesting it was part of a concerted campaign to undermine the country's disputed nuclear program. Full story

Targeted cyber attacks to rise further: Symantec

Targeted cyber attacks will pose a growing threat to companies around the world this year after the Stuxnet worm hit Iran's nuclear program in 2010, security software maker Symantec Corp said on Tuesday. Full story

US hits Belarus firm with Iran-related sanctions

The Obama administration on Tuesday slapped sanctions on a state-owned energy company in Belarus over a $500 million investment with an Iranian firm accused of contributing to Iran's suspect nuclear program. Full story

Iran expands hunt for uranium

Iran is expanding its covert global search for the uranium it needs for its nuclear activities and a key focus is Zimbabwe, says an intelligence report acquired by The Associated Press. Full story

Iran appoints new nuclear chief

Iran's presidential office says a nuclear scientist who recently survived an assassination attempt has been appointed the new head to the country's nuclear program. Full story

Iran nuclear talks stalled

   NBC's Ali Arouzi reports from Istanbul, Turkey where Iranian officials met with delegates from five other countries to discuss Iran's nuclear program.

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  Iran's nuclear negotiator: US involved in cyber attack

Iran's chief nuclear negotiator, Saeed Jalili, offers an exclusive glimpse of a nuclear program he says is under covert attack. NBC's Richard Engel reports