October 02 2009
Iran has agreed in principle to export much of its openly declared enriched uranium to Russia to be turned into fuel for a small reactor that produces medical isotopes, the New York Times reports.
In Thursday's negotiations with the so-called G5+1 -- The U.S., Britain, France, Germany, China and Russia -- Iranian officials also promised to open a newly revealed uranium-enrichment plant near Qom for inspection within two weeks.
The director of the International Atomic Energy...
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