UN Nuclear Watchdog: 2.5 Tons of Uranium Missing in Libya

[The Africa news - Africa] - 16/03/2023
dubai - Some 2.5 tons of natural uranium stored in a site in war-torn Libya have gone missing, the United Nations nuclear watchdog said Thursday, raising safety and proliferation concerns. Natural uranium can't immediately be used for energy production or bomb fuel, as the enrichment process (...)
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