Leader Sees a Nu­clear Fu­ture

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Iran ex­pects to have its own nu­cle­ar­gen­er­ated elec­tric­ity by this time next year and will not bow to West­ern pres­sure to halt ura­nium en­rich­ment, Pres­i­dent Mah­moud Ah­madine­jad said Wed­nes­day. He told a crowd in the south­ern city of Bushehr that Iran was ap­proach­ing the peak of its nu­clear pro­gram.

Iran’s planned first nu­clear power plant, near Bushehr, is to be­gin test op­er­a­tions by late Oc­to­ber, a se­nior of­fi­cial said. its ser­vices. The In­ter­net Ser­vice Providers’ As­so­ci­a­tion of In­dia said that the coun­try lost 50 to 60 per­cent of band­width and that full restora­tion would take 10 to 15 days.

FARS NEWS VIA REUTERS

Pres­i­dent Mah­moud Ah­madine­jad waves to crowds in Bushehr, where a nu­clear plant is be­ing built.

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