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Iran’s Stockpile of Near-Weapons-Grade Nuclear Fuel Grows, U.N. Finds

Iran’s stockpile of in the vicinity of-weapons-quality nuclear gasoline has jumped noticeably, in accordance to a confidential report by the United Nations atomic company that discovered Tehran has nearly doubled its output of highly enriched uranium in recent months, putting it closer to staying capable to create the gasoline wanted for a nuclear weapon.

Iran experienced a stockpile of 17.seven kilograms (39 pounds) of sixty% enriched uranium—its highest purity output so far—in early November, up from ten kilograms in late August, meaning it is receiving closer to getting sufficient highly enriched nuclear gasoline for a weapon.