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Iran Seeks Nuke Bomb 'Booster' from Russia-Report

Iranian agents are negotiating with a Russian company to buy a substance that can boost nuclear explosions in atomic weapons, according to an intelligence agency report being circulated by diplomats. But the Russian government, which monitors nuclear-related exports closely, denied any Russian companies were planning to supply Iran with the substance, known as deuterium gas. The two-page report cited “knowledgeable Russian sources” for the information, which Washington will likely point to as more proof that Tehran wants to acquire nuclear weaponry. Full Story

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