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Nuclear know-how reportedly traveled via black market

The father of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons program and a former aide had black-market contacts that supplied sensitive technology to Iran and Libya, and both have failed to account for funds in their bank accounts, intelligence officials said Wednesday. Also, a former army chief said the country’s nuclear program relied on clandestine suppliers and scientists may have shared those contacts. Under suspicion are Abdul Qadeer Khan, long revered as a national hero, and Mohammed Farooq, former director general of a key nuclear facility, the officials said. Full Story

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