Tehran: The "huge task" of disabling parts of Iran's nuclear infrastructure will probably start this week, a top official said today as US President Barack Obama took steps to end sanctions.
Ali Akbar Salehi, head of Iran's nuclear agency, told state television he was awaiting President Hassan Rouhani's order to remove thousands of centrifuges from atomic sites at Natanz and Fordo.
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