Georgia: Nuclear Smuggling Cases Raise Concern

Three Armenians and three Georgians were detained on April 17 and accused of trying to sell uranium 238 for $200 million in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi. The container holding uranium 238 and another container holding cesium 137, which was seized in mid January in an attempt to sell for $100,000 by three other people, had Russian-language markings. (Photo: Georgian Intelligence Service)

Amid heightened concern about Islamic militant activity in Turkey, questions are being raised about the border security of its eastern neighbor, Georgia.
 

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Georgia: Nuclear Smuggling Cases Raise Concern

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