Iran rejects media claims on uranium programme halt
Iran has discarded western media claims that it for the time being halted uranium enhancement due to technical problems and asserted that it had productively fight out a serious cyber attack on its manufacturing and personal computers.

Head of the Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization Ali Akbar Salehi described as “lies” media reports that appeared on Monday, that Iran had knowledgeable technical difficulties that had temporarily paralysed thousands of its centrifuges used for the enhancement of uranium.

Reuters quoting a civil servant close to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in its report that U.N. inspectors had found on November 16 that centrifuges occupied in low level uranium enhancement at the Natanz facility were not life form fed uranium hexafluoride gas.

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