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Iran says Stuxnet virus infected 16,000 computers, attacked nuclear facilities

A senior Iranian intelligence official says an estimated 16,000 computers were infected by the Stuxnet virus.

The powerful virus targeted Iran's nuclear facilities and other industrial sites in 2010,

Iran to install fuel rods in n-reactor on Wednesday

Iran will insert its first domestically-produced nuclear fuel rods into a research reactor in Teheran on Wednesday, a top Iranian official said on Tuesday.

"Because western countries were unwilling t

'Go build' 4 research reactors, Ahmadinejad orders Iran

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Wednesday ordered Iran to ‘go build’ four more nuclear research reactors in addition to the sole one operating in Teheran.

"It has been estimated that four nuclear re

Defiant Iran to present major nuclear projects 'in days'

A defiant Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad vowed on Saturday to inaugurate ‘important nuclear projects’ within days and lashed out at Israel, saying the ‘story’ of the Holocaust underpinning its

Iran cracks down on moral peril of Barbie peddlers

Iran's morality police are cracking down on the sale of Barbie dolls to protect the public from what they see as pernicious western culture eroding Islamic values, shopkeepers said.

As the West impos

Iranian lawmaker says Obama proposed talks

US President Barack Obama has called for direct talks with Iran in a secret letter to the Islamic Republic's supreme leader that also warned Teheran against closing the strategic Strait of Hormuz, a c

IAEA delegation to visit Iran: Envoy

A high-level IAEA delegation is to visit Iran from January 29-31 to discuss issues it has over Teheran's nuclear programme, Iran's envoy to the UN atomic watchdog said on Tuesday according to the Fars

US letter sent to Iran on Strait of Hormuz: IRNA

The United States has sent a letter to Iran regarding its threatened closure of the strategic Strait of Hormuz, the foreign ministry spokesman said on Sunday, without revealing the letter's contents.

US wins Japan support over Iran nuclear programme

The United States won key support from Japan on Thursday for tough oil sanctions against Iran over a nuclear programme that the West suspects is geared to developing atomic bombs.

Japan pledged to ta

Iran threatens US Navy as sanctions hit economy

Iran threatened on Tuesday to take action if the US Navy moves an aircraft carrier into the Gulf, Teheran's most aggressive statement yet after weeks of saber-rattling as new US and EU financial sanct

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