File - Iran's heavy water nuclear facility near the central city of Arak is backdropped by mountains in this file photo dated Jan. 15, 2011. (AP Photo/ISNA, Hamid Foroutan)
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Changes to the design of Iran's planned Arak research reactor could drastically reduce its output of potential nuclear weapon material, U.S. experts said in a proposal.How to deal with Arak is one of several issues that must be tackled in negotiations between Iran and six global powers that got under way in February with the aim of reaching a long-term deal on the decade-old nuclear dispute by late July.Iran agreed to halt installation work at Arak under an interim deal reached with the powers last year.Iran has ruled out shutting down any nuclear site, including Arak, which has been under construction for years.Iran is not known to have any such plant.
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