Report: Saudi could obtain Pakistani atom bombs upon request

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November 7, 2013 11:00

 
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Saudi Arabia has reportedly financed Pakistani-developed nuclear weapons, and the kingdom devises Islamabad will provide it atomic bombs upon request, the BBC reported Wednesday night.

If what sources told the BBC is true, the kingdom may be able to acquire such capabilities before its main regional adversary, Iran.

Riyadh has said it shares the West's goal of a nuclear-free Iran, and has alleged that its pursuit of

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