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Germans Say 6 Companies Sold Nuclear Parts to Iran Network

German prosecutors are investigating whether six German companies sold electronic equipment to a clandestine procurement network established to supply Iran with equipment for its nuclear development program. A prosecutor in the state of Brandenberg, Benedikt Welfens, told German television on Monday that several million dollars’ worth of equipment that could be used for a nuclear program had been shipped from Germany to Iran, via a Russian company that operated in Berlin in 2003 and 2004. Full Story

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