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'Iran's uranium a problem for UN, not the world'

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Uploaded on Aug 21, 2010

Iran's first nuclear power plant is now powering up in the southern city of Bushehr under the strict control of the UN's atomic watchdog. That's amid international concerns over Iran's nuclear ambitions. The fact that Iran is starting its own nuclear facility has drawn enormous attention from foreign countries. Seyed Mohammad Morandi, a professor of politics at Tehran University, believes that it is only the UN which has issues with Iran -- not the whole international community.

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