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Russia’s ambassador Dmitry Rogozin to NATO urged the alliance to join Moscow in investigating who had unleashed the mysterious and destructive computer worm known as Stuxnet. The virus hit Iran’s nuclear facilities last year.
He told journalists on Wednesday that the virus could have had “serious implications” for Iran’s Bushehr power nuclear plant, a project completed with Russian help but beset by years of delays.
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