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Stuxnet rattled Iran but atom work goes on: report

The Stuxnet computer worm caused relatively limited damage to Iran's nuclear program and failed to stop the Islamic republic stockpiling enriched uranium, a U.S.-based think-tank said in a report. Full story

UK says in talks on stepping up pressure on Iran

Britain is talking to other countries about stepping up pressure on Iran to freeze uranium enrichment, Foreign Secretary William Hague said on Monday. Full story

After failed Iran nuke talks, what next?

The collapse of another attempt at international outreach to Iran has left world powers with few options except to wait — and hope that the bite of sanctions will persuade Tehran to reconsider its refusal to stop activities that could be harnessed to make nuclear weapons. Full story

Iran says able to enrich uranium even if attacked

Iran will be able to carry out uranium enrichment even in the case of a military attack on its nuclear facilities, Iran's nuclear envoy said in Moscow on Thursday. Full story

Diplomats visit Iran's nuclear enrichment facility

Diplomats from six nations and the Arab League toured Iran's main uranium enrichment facility on Sunday in a visit organized by Tehran in hopes of bolstering its assurances that its nuclear work is entirely peaceful. Full story

Analysis: Iran tries to bait P5+1 before nuclear talks

Iran's invitation last week to selected diplomats to visit its nuclear facilities looks to be a stalling tactic as it builds its stockpiles of enriched uranium in the teeth of international sanctions. Full story

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Agreement reached to ship most of Iran's enriched uranium to Turkey
Agreement reached to ship most of Iran's enriched uranium to Turkey

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, center, join hands with his Brazilian counterpart Luis Inacio Lula da Silva, second left, and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, after Brazilian Foreign Minister Celso Amorim, seated left, his Iranian counterpart Manouchehr Mottaki, seated at center,