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Enriched Uranium

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Enriched Uranium

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A U.S. company that has exclusive rights to turn uranium from Russian nuclear bombs into fuel for American power plants has allegedly demanded that the Russians cut the price on this uranium. Observers worry that this may endanger the whole deal — which, they argue, makes the world a safer place by keeping Russian uranium, and the people who make it, from migrating elsewhere. NPR's Dan Charles reports.

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