Iran's nuclear program: what's done and what changes
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Iran has already started the enrichment process necessary to use uranium for energy production, but it has not yet refined its stockpile to the point where it can be used for weapons - aka the breakout. The restrictions in the new agreement add weeks, if not months, to the time frame wherein a breakout would be possible.
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