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Nuke detectors to ring New York, official says

New York City will be protected by a ring of devices to detect nuclear or dirty bombs before the end of the year, the Department of Homeland Security said Friday. A dirty bomb is one that spreads radiation without employing a nuclear explosion. The Department of Homeland Security hopes the circle of sensors will give warning if a bomb is transported into the city by land. Most previous detection efforts have focused on preventing a bomb from being smuggled into the city by sea. Full Story

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