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U.S. admits Iran no longer working on nukes

U.S. intelligence agencies have released a report about Iran's nuclear programme. The report, which was declassified on Sunday, reveals that Iran stopped its nuclear weapons programme in 2003 because of international pressure.

According to the report, Iran continues to enrich uranium. It also says Iran is not likely to have enough highly enriched uranium to build a bomb in the next decade.

The information was released by the U.S. National Security Advisor, Steven Hadley. He maintains that Iran can change their mind whenever they want and that the country is still a danger to U.S. and even international security.

Iran is currently under sanctions from the UN and the U.S., which are demanding the suspension of uranium enrichment.

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