CIS Uranium-2 Moscow (Reopens)
A Polish man was arrested in Poland in possession of 1.5 kg of uranium which he had smuggled out of the CIS with the intent of selling the material in Germany.
Abstract Number: 19921020
Headline: CIS Uranium-2 Moscow (Reopens)
Date: 22 October 1992
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