Iran reportedly obtains nuke equipment in Europe

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 4, 2006 09:31

 
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Iran reportedly bought sophisticated equipment in Europe required for development of nuclear weapons. The British Guardian revealed, based on western intelligence services' reports, that Teheran tried to buy components to be used in building rockets with ranges extending as far as Europe. The intelligence services suggested that Iran has set up a complex network of companies, institutions, and mediators in Europe, attempting to acquire knowledge to be used to produce biological and nuclear weaponry and ballistic missiles.

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