UN nuclear inspectors in Iran have found undeclared components of an advanced uranium-enrichment centrifuge at an air force base, diplomats say. Correspondents say the alleged find may be the first known link between Iran’s nuclear programme and its military. The UN’s nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, has declined to comment on the report. Tehran denied the report strongly, saying in a statement to the Reuters news agency Iran “has not had nor does it have military nuclear activities”. The diplomats said the parts found were compatible with the P-2 centrifuge – a more advanced type than the model Iran has acknowledged using. Full Story
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