viernes, 16 de diciembre de 2011

Find Russian airport radioactive material bound for Iran

The Russian Customs Service said on Friday the seizure of radioactive material found in the luggage of a passenger bound for Iran from the international airport Sheremetyevo in Moscow.

In a statement, the authorities reported that tests showed it was an isotope sodium 22 - which is available only "as a result of the operations of a nuclear reactor."

Their discovery came after the control system to the cabin threw the presence of 18 pieces ofradioactive metal into individual steel boxes.

Airport authorities immediately launched a criminal case and sent the case to the Office ofTransport of Moscow.

The finding comes at a time in that part of the international community accuses the Tehran regime to produce nuclear weapons. This fact is mirrored by Iran.

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