Fate of Iraqi Radioactive Material Unclear

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As the hunt for weapons of mass destruction continues in Iraq, some material that could conceivably be used in a radioactive "dirty bomb" remains unaccounted for. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Leonard Spector of the Monterey Institute - Center for Nonproliferation Studies.



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