Iran calls blackout at Natanz atomic site ‘nuclear terrorism’

A power blackout at Iran’s Natanz nuclear enrichment facility is being described as ‘an act of terrorism’. It has happened a day after Iran unveiled advanced uranium centrifuges at the site.

And as it struggles with the US to revive the 2015 nuclear deal. Sunday’s cut in the electrical supply grid caused no casualties or contamination.

Israeli media claimed it was caused by a cyberattack launched by Israeli security services. Iran is now urging the International Atomic Energy Agency to take action, saying it reserves the right to punish the perpetrators.