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Nuclear fusion project faces delay over US budget cuts: director

The head of the multinational nuclear fusion project known as ITER, in Washington for talks with President Donald Trump's administration, has warned US budget cuts could delay completion of the experimental reactor. Launched a decade ago by seven partners -- the European Union, the United States, China, Russia, Japan, India and South Korea -- the project has been plagued by delays and budget overruns.
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