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Yousaf Butt, nuclear physicist & Senior Scientific Adviser at the British American Security Information Council (BASIC), based in London, discusses the latest misleading David Sanger/William Broad NY Times article, conveniently timed to complicate negotiations for an Iranian nuclear deal.

 

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