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Iran has approved plans to build 10 new uranium enrichment plants, the country’s state media has said.

Upon hearing the news that Iran plans to build 10 new uranium enrichment plants, Barack Obama has said he will put Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in a time out and if he still doesn’t behave he will be sent to bed with no supper. Ahmadinejad responded by screaming at Obama saying he doesn’t understand him adding, “you’re not the boss of me.” It has been reported by a White House official who on condition of anonymity said they are considering consulting with The Nanny.

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The announcement comes two days after the UN demanded Iran halt construction of a newly revealed enrichment facility near the city of Qom.

A cabinet meeting headed by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ordered the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran to begin building at five new sites, state television IRIB reported on its website.

The government also ordered the Iranian body to locate sites for another five over the next two months, the media organisation said.

The US has called the expansion plans “another serious violation” of the country’s international obligations.

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http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/World-News/Iran-To-Build-10-New-Uranium-Enrichment-Plans-State-Media-Has-Announced/Article/200911415478325?lpos=World_News_Carousel_Region_0&lid=ARTICLE_15478325_Iran_To_Build_10_New_Uranium_Enrichment_Plans%2C_State_Media_Has_Announced

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Barack Obama’s policy on brink of collapse as Tehran does last-minute nuclear stall

This just in from the “What a Stretch” Department, the inexperience of our wonderful (note sarcasm) Commander in Chief shines through once again. Can any of our liberal friends see that this guy is dangerous to our national security and the security of the world? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller? Who could have seen this coming? EVERYONE!

President Obama’s policy of diplomatic engagement with Iran is close to collapse as Tehran backtracks on a crucial deal aimed at cutting its stockpiles of nuclear fuel.

Iran agreed a deal “in principle” at talks in Geneva to ship the majority of its low-enriched uranium overseas for reprocessing into nuclear fuel that could be used for a medical research reactor.

A deal outlining this was finalised in Vienna this week and a deadline of midnight tonight was set for the agreement to be sealed with Tehran.

The framework deal, along with an offer to allow international inspectors into its newly-revealed enrichment plant at Qom, was hailed as evidence that Iran was responding positively to the diplomatic track.

Today, however, with just hours until the deadline, Iran has turned the table on its foreign interlocutors with a rival proposal, demanding that it be allowed to buy higher enriched uranium directly from abroad.

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http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/middle_east/article6888029.ece#

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