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Did the coronavirus set back Iran's nuclear program?

Who planted the Stuxnet virus in Iran?

  • ‘Dutch mole’ planted Stuxnet virus in Iran nuclear site on behalf of CIA, Mossad Attack that damaged 1,000 Iranian centrifuges, uncovered in 2010, required operative to carry sabotaging software into Natanz site and deliver it to control systems By Stuart Winer 3 September 2019, 7:21 pm

What is the Natanz attack on Iran's nuclear programme?

  • The attack at Natanz on Sunday comes as world powers try to negotiate a return by Iran and the United States to Tehran’s atomic accord and threatens to upend those negotiations and further heighten regional tensions across the Middle East. Iran’s nuclear programme began with the help of the US.

What is Iran's nuclear programme?

  • Tehran insists its nuclear programme is peaceful but the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says Iran “carried out activities relevant to the development of a nuclear explosive device” in a “structured” programme through the end of 2003. Video Player is loading. This is a modal window.

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