Authorities raise alarms regarding Iran’s next step in nuclear tech

President Donald Trump has a doozy of a problem on his hands when it comes to Iran, and new reports seem to indicate that the situation is about to become a lot more dangerous.

In recent weeks, Iran has been creating chaos in the Middle East.  The nation’s top diplomats have long been decrying recently imposed sanctions against the Persian country, spurred on by the United States’ reversal on an Obama-era nuclear deal with Tehran.  This has sent Iran’s leadership into a frenzy, and was a likely cause of the nation’s recent forays into terrorism aimed at disrupting the Middle Eastern oil industry.

Now, in yet another attempt to garner the attention of the western world, Iran could be preparing to take the next major step in their nuclear weapons program – something that is likely to raise eyebrows in Washington and abroad.

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A top aide to Iran’s supreme leader says the Islamic Republic is ready to enrich uranium beyond the level set by Tehran’s 2015 nuclear deal, just ahead of a deadline it set Sunday for Europe to offer new terms to the accord.

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A video message by Ali Akbar Velayati included him saying that “Americans directly and Europeans indirectly violated the deal,” part of Tehran’s hardening tone with Europe. European parties to the deal have yet to offer a way for Iran to avoid the sweeping economic sanctions imposed by President Donald Trump since he pulled the U.S. out of the accord a year ago, especially those targeting its crucial oil sales.

The news comes just weeks after the US positioned major military assets in the region in preparation for a possible conflict with Iran.

Donald Trump earlier called off a strike on Iran, intimating that it would have been a disproportionate response to the downing of an unmanned US drone at the hands of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.

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