A handout picture released by the official website of the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani shows him giving a speech during a ceremony ahead of Labour Day in Tehran on April 28, 2015.AFP PHOTO / HO / IRANIAN PRESIDENCY WEBSITE
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Britain has informed a United Nations sanctions panel of an active Iranian nuclear procurement network linked to two blacklisted firms, according to a confidential report by the panel seen by Reuters.KEC is under U.N. Security Council sanctions while TESA is under U.S. and European Union sanctions due to their suspected links to banned Iranian nuclear activities.U.N. sanctions in place since 2006 bar Tehran from pursuing sensitive nuclear activities, including uranium enrichment, as well as ballistic missile work. There are also U.S. and EU sanctions on Iran, which have crippled its economy. Officials at the U.N. missions of Britain and Iran were not immediately available for comment.
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