Enriched uranium

Tehran said Sunday that it will raise its uranium enrichment level beyond the 3.67% limit set in the 2015 nuclear deal.
Iran will adhere to its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, the director of its Atomic Energy Organization says.
Iran is a country of many contradictions. On the one hand, Iran is a theocratic regime that persecutes homosexuals and Christian evangelists, imprisons journalists, and supports bad actors in the region.
Time is running out. In the context of the Arab Spring, the U.S. has to focus on the Iranian people and their organized opposition as the key to building a free, democratic and non-nuclear Iran. That is the surest way to salvage a peaceful solution and avoid the military option.
Thanks to wise choices made in 2003, today, in the chaos of Libya, we do not have a nuclear threat to add to our worries.
It won't be long before the world has to confront its diminishing supply of clean water. Frack no! The plant would be the
Iran has agreed to ship most of its enriched uranium to Turkey, in a nuclear fuel swap deal reached in talks with Brazil and Turkey that could "deflate a U.S.-led push" for new sanctions against Iran.
Iran's refusal and counter-proposal to shipping low-enriched uranium to Russia is unacceptable. But before slamming the door on talks, two alternative arrangements still deserve consideration.
Iran agreed on Thursday in talks with the United States and other major powers to open its newly revealed uranium enrichment
"Industrial-scale enrichment will start in the first quarter of this year . . . The product will then be used as fuel for