Iran has agreed to ship most of its enriched uranium to Turkey in a nuclear fuel swap that could ease the international standoff over the country's nuclear weapons program. The agreement is almost identical to the one the U.S. has been urging Iran to accept for the past six months. It would eliminate, for now, fears about Iran having sufficient stocks of enriched uranium to produce a nuclear weapon.
Iran Agrees To Ship Uranium To Turkey
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