Australian researchers have found large amounts of radioactive material in two Southeast Asian countries at unsecured sites such as abandoned warehouses, a senior nuclear scientist said Monday. Australia is involved in an international effort to ensure radioactive material used in medicine and industry is stored securely and systems are set up to track it. Ron Cameron, chief of operations at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization, said researchers from the government-funded group have been scouring the region for material usually used in medicine that could be turned into a so-called dirty bomb.Full Story
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