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Iran Nuclear Watch: Iran Moving Currency As Pre-Emptive Move

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Pakistani nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan, seen here in 2004. Iran may have received three shipments of sophisticated P-2 centrifuges capable of enriching uranium. One diplomat said there were reportedly three shipments of one centrifuge each from Khan’s black-market network in 1997.

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ASSociated Press: Iran Moving Currency As Pre-Emptive Move

Iran is moving its foreign currency reserves out of European banks as a pre-emptive measure against any possible U.N. sanctions over its nuclear program, the Central Bank Governor said Friday.

Ebrahim Sheibani told reporters that Iran has started transferring the foreign currency reserves from European banks to an undisclosed location, the semiofficial Iranian Students News Agency reported.

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The Natanz uranium enrichment complex in Natanz is pictured in this January 2, 2006 satellite image


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