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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Disaster Averted in Slovakia? UPDATED

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UPDATES BELOW

Police arrest 3 trying to sell unspecified radioactive material, official in Slovakia says
AP News

BRATISLAVA, Slovakia - Three people have been arrested in Slovakia for trying to sell a kilogram of radioactive material.

Police did not specify what kind of nuclear material was seized, but said the suspects were trying to sell it for $1 million.

They say specialists are now examining the material.

Two of the suspects were arrested in eastern Slovakia, the other in Hungary.

None was identified.

Officials say Slovak and Hungarian police have been working together on the case for several months.

Updates to follow as the news rolls in...

UPDATE 1: HT Atlas Shrugs

It seems as though it was a "dirty bomb" bust...just wonderful to think of but good they got got...
Tick tock.

Possible 'dirty bomb' arrests in Slovakia AP

BRATISLAVA - Three people have been arrested for trying to sell 1kg of an unspecified radioactive material for US $1 million ($1.33 million), police in Slovakia said.

The Czech news agency CTK, citing unconfirmed reports, said the material was enriched uranium. Slovak police spokesman Martin Korch declined comment on the report, saying specialists were examining the material.

Two of the suspects were arrested in eastern Slovakia, and the third was arrested in Hungary, Korch said. The suspects were not identified.

Slovak and Hungarian police have been working together on the case for several months, Korch said. [...]

There have been concerns that Eastern Europe could be a source of radioactive material for a so-called "dirty bomb" designed to kill people by dispersing radiation.
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UPDATE 2:

BBC reports...finally
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