|Under the proposed deal, which is being reviewed by Iran's nuclear officials, the country will buy high-enriched uranium for a research reactor, producing radio-isotopes for medicinal use, in exchange for its low-enriched uranium. The deal has shattered Israeli efforts to portray Iran as a regime hell-bent on an imminent nuclear war.
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