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‘Suspicious’ blackout strikes Iran’s Natanz nuclear site

AOL 11 Apr 2021
Malek Shariati Niasar, a Tehran-based politician who ... It became a flashpoint for Western fears about Iran’s nuclear programme in 2002, when satellite photos showed Iran building its underground centrifuges facility at the site, some 125 miles (200km) south of the capital, Tehran.
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Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility struck by electrical problem

Belfast Telegraph 11 Apr 2021
It is the latest incident to strike one of Tehran’s ... It became a flashpoint for Western fears about Iran’s nuclear programme in 2002, when satellite photos showed Iran building its underground centrifuges facility at the site, some 125 miles (200km) south of the capital, Tehran.
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Natanz nuclear facility accident, Tehran confirms that no casualties or radiation leakage have been recorded, ...

The Eastern Herald 11 Apr 2021
A spokesman for the Iranian Nuclear Energy Organization, Behrouz Kamalondi, said that investigations are underway to find out the causes of the partial defect in the electricity network that occurred at dawn today in this underground facility in Isfahan, 400 kilometres south of the capital, Tehran, adding that the results will be announced later.
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Electrical problem strikes Iran's Natanz nuclear facility

Odessa American 11 Apr 2021
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's Natanz nuclear site ... It became a flashpoint for Western fears about Iran’s nuclear program in 2002, when satellite photos showed Iran building its underground centrifuges facility at the site, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) south of the capital, Tehran.
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Electrical problem strikes Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility

Las Vegas Sun 11 Apr 2021
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's Natanz nuclear site ... It became a flashpoint for Western fears about Iran’s nuclear program in 2002, when satellite photos showed Iran building its underground centrifuges facility at the site, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) south of the capital, Tehran.
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Highest Single-Day Death Toll From COVID-19

Kayhan 11 Apr 2021
TEHRAN (Dispatches) — Iran on Sunday reported its highest single-day death toll from COVID-19 this year, ... On Saturday, Iran began a 10-day lockdown in the capital, Tehran, and other major cities amid a fourth wave of coronavirus infections.
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'Accident' at Iran's Natanz nuclear plant after centrifuge activation

The New Arab 11 Apr 2021
It was the latest incident to strike one of Tehran's most ... It became a flashpoint for Western fears about Iran's nuclear program in 2002, when satellite photos showed Iran building its underground centrifuges facility at the site, some 200 kilometers south of the capital, Tehran.
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'Suspicious' blackout strikes Iran's Natanz nuclear site

Odessa American 11 Apr 2021
It became a flashpoint for Western fears about Iran’s nuclear program in 2002, when satellite photos showed Iran building its underground centrifuges facility at the site, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) south of the capital, Tehran ... Associated Press writer Nasser Karimi in Tehran, Iran, contributed to this report.
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'Suspicious' blackout strikes Iran's Natanz nuclear sitePower at Natanz had been cut across the facility ...

Deccan Herald 11 Apr 2021
Malek Shariati Niasar, a Tehran-based lawmaker ... It became a flashpoint for Western fears about Iran's nuclear program in 2002, when satellite photos showed Iran building its underground centrifuges facility at the site, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) south of the capital, Tehran.
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Electrical incident strikes Iran's Natanz nuclear facility

Hindustan Times 11 Apr 2021
It became a flashpoint for Western fears about Iran’s nuclear program in 2002, when satellite photos showed Iran building its underground centrifuges facility at the site, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) south of the capital, Tehran ... with Tehran in Vienna over its nuclear deal.
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'Suspicious' blackout strikes Iran's Natanz nuclear facility

ABC7 11 Apr 2021
It became a flashpoint for Western fears about Iran's nuclear program in 2002, when satellite photos showed Iran building its underground centrifuges facility at the site, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) south of the capital, Tehran ... Associated Press writers Nasser Karimi in Tehran, Iran, and Josef Federman in Jerusalem contributed to this report.
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‘Technical defect or sabotage’? Iran’s nuclear site suffers ‘suspicous’ blackout

Penn Live 11 Apr 2021
It became a flashpoint for Western fears about Iran’s nuclear program in 2002, when satellite photos showed Iran building its underground centrifuges facility at the site, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) south of the capital, Tehran ... Associated Press writers Nasser Karimi in Tehran, Iran, and Josef Federman in Jerusalem contributed to this report.
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'Suspicious' blackout strikes Iran nuclear facility

Detroit news 11 Apr 2021
Malek Shariati Niasar, a Tehran-based lawmaker ... It became a flashpoint for Western fears about Iran’s nuclear program in 2002, when satellite photos showed Iran building its underground centrifuges facility at the site, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) south of the capital, Tehran.
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‘Suspicious' Blackout Strikes Iran's Natanz Nuclear Site

NBCBayArea 11 Apr 2021
It became a flashpoint for Western fears about Iran’s nuclear program in 2002, when satellite photos showed Iran building its underground centrifuges facility at the site, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) south of the capital, Tehran ... Associated Press writers Nasser Karimi in Tehran, Iran, and Josef Federman in Jerusalem contributed to this report.
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Iran terms all sanctions as ‘nuclear’, says they must be removed regardless of their ‘tags’

Press TV 11 Apr 2021
While Tehran and Washington have not held direct talks in the Austrain capital, they have clarified their positions publicly and through the other parties to the JCPOA, including the European Union, France, Britain, Germany, Russia and China ... Tehran says all the sanctions the US ...
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