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Iran to continue uranium enrichment despite U.S. pressure

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Iran to continue uranium enrichment despite U.S. pressure

Iran to continue uranium enrichment despite U.S. pressure

According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, Iranian parliament speaker Ali Larijani said that Iran will continue with low-level uranium enrichment in line with its nuclear deal with world powers, despite U.S. moves to prevent it.

On Friday, Washington reportedly acted to force Iran to stop producing low-enrichment uranium and expanding its only nuclear power plant, stepping up its campaign to halt Tehran's ballistic missile program and curbing its regional power.

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