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Russian gets eight years in Georgian prison for uranium sale

A Georgian court sentenced a Russian citizen to eight years in prison for attempting to sell 100 grams of high-enriched uranium in the ex-Soviet republic, an Interior Ministry official said Thursday. Shota Utiashvili, the head of the ministry’s analytical department, said Oleg Khiltsagov, who was born in the Russian North Caucasus republic of North Ossetia, and three Georgian citizens were arrested in early 2006 and their trial was held last summer. Full Story

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