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Iran “Very Close” to Weapons Grade Uranium

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Thankfully, the U.S. has a new weapon that would make Iran think twice before ever launching one.

Thankfully, the U.S. has a new weapon that would make Iran think twice before ever launching one.  Iran "Very Close" to Weapons Grade Uranium Iran can produce uranium for a nuke in "just a week," American physicist and nuclear expert David Albright explained. Iran is "galloping ahead" with its nuclear program, the director of the International Atomic Energy Agency said. Thankfully, the U.S. has a new weapon that would make Iran think twice before ever launching one. [Get all the details here ]( All the best, Simmy Adelman, Publisher Behind the Markets   --------------------------------------------------------------- This contains paid ads from 3rd parties, for a product or service that is not offered, recommended or endorsed by us and for which claims have not been independently verified. We bear no responsibility nor have control over the content and /or the products or services offered. The information is intended for informational purposes only and does not promise any results. There is a high degree of risk involved with trading. Nothing herein should be construed as an offer, or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell securities. You should always consult with a licensed securities professional before purchasing or selling securities. If you use, act upon or make decisions in reliance on information contained herein or any external source linked within it, you do so at your own risk and agree to hold us, our officers, directors, shareholders, affiliates and agents harmless. Principals, employees or affiliates of our company may have an interest, a position or effect transactions in the companies discussed (or options thereon) and /or otherwise employ strategies that may be consistent or inconsistent with the provided strategies. Please review our [TOS](. You are receiving this because you are subscribed to receive our newsletter publications. Company Information Digiclicks Ltd, 2423 SW 147th Ave #790, Miami, FL 33185, USA  Digiclicks Ltd, 2423 SW 147th Ave #790, Miami, FL 33185, United States You may [unsubscribe]( or [change your contact details]( at any time. [Powered by:](

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