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Nuclear know-how feared widespread

U.S. concerned Pakistani secrets are circulating. The administration’s top arms control official said Monday the United States is concerned that a nuclear weapons proliferation ring run by a Pakistani lab may have spread banned arms to states beyond Iran, North Korea and Libya, which bought the weapons technology from Pakistani scientists. John Bolton, the undersecretary of state for arms control and international security, said in a telephone interview with The Chronicle that Washington has accepted the Pakistani government’s explanation that a small number of rogue scientists were acting on their own, without the government’s knowledge, when they sold technology for enriching uranium as well as warhead designs to Iran, North Korea and Libya. Full Story

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