Iranian technicians have moved highly sophisticated technical equipment into a previously secret uranium enrichment site in preparation for starting it up in 2011, the International Atomic Energy Agency said in a new report Monday...Diplomats told the AP that construction of Iran's recently-revealed uranium enrichment facility near Qom was begun in 2002, was paused for two years, and then resumed in 2006. The International Atomic Energy Agency said it believes Iran plans to begin uranium enrichment there in 2011. (AP Photo/GeoEye Sateliite Image)
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