Georgia: Three Arrested in Tbilisi with Cs-137
On 19 November 2010, Georgian law enforcement officials discovered Cs-137 in an apartment in the Tbilisi city center and arrested several people on charges of illegal acquisition and possession of radioactive materials. . According to one report, the material was offered for sale .
Abstract Number: 20100190
Headline: Georgia: Three Arrested in Tbilisi with Cs-137
Date: 19 November 2010
 "Georgia arrests suspects trying to sell radioactive material," 19 November 2010, Military Space News, www.spacewar.com.
 "Georgia arrested four suspects trying to sell Cs-137 in Tbilisi," Xinhua News Agency, 20 November 2010, www.factiva.com.
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This article is part of a collection examining reported incidents of nuclear or radioactive materials trafficking in or originating from the Newly Independent States.
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