Pakistan admitted on Tuesday that scientists involved in its atom bomb program may have been driven by “personal ambition or greed” to export technology to Iran, but added the government had no part in any such deals. Foreign Ministry spokesman Masood Khan said Pakistan was determined to get to the bottom of allegations that nuclear technology may have been transferred to Iran. He said it began questioning scientists from a state-run laboratory set up by the father of its bomb program, Abdul Qadeer Khan, five to six weeks ago after approaches by the U.N.’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and information from the Iranian government that “pointed to certain individuals.” Full Story
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