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Iranian workers continue operations at the Bushehr nuclear power plant, although the Natanz enrichment nuclear plant was not fed uranium on Nov. 16. Iran's nuclear chief said Tuesday that a malicious computer worm known as Stuxnet has not harmed the country's atomic program and accused the West of trying to sabotage it. Iran earlier confirmed that Stuxnet infected several personal laptops belonging to employees at Bushehr but that plant systems were not affected. (International Iran Photo Agency via Associated Press)

Iranian workers continue operations at the Bushehr nuclear power plant, although the Natanz enrichment nuclear plant was not fed uranium on Nov. 16. Iran's nuclear chief said Tuesday that a malicious computer worm known as Stuxnet has not harmed the country's atomic program and accused the West of trying to sabotage it. Iran earlier confirmed that Stuxnet infected several personal laptops belonging to employees at Bushehr but that plant systems were not affected. (International Iran Photo Agency via Associated Press)

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