(Worthy News) - An Israeli satellite has reportedly found signs of renewed activity at the Fordo enrichment facility in Iran.
Fordo is one of two facilities used by the Iranians to enrich uranium, which is part of the process of constructing nuclear weapons. It is heavily shielded by a mountain.
According to Israel’s Channel Two, a satellite belonging to ImageSat International (ISI) took photographs showing a sudden flurry of activity at the Fordo site, which has been mostly inactive for the past few years. [ Source: Algemeiner (Read More...) ]
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