Probe: Iraq Offered Nuke Info Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf pardons scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan for his role in passing nuclear secrets to Iran, Libya and North Korea. Khan, considered a national hero, apologized for his actions during a televised appearance Wednesday. A Pakistani investigation has uncovered new documents suggesting Khan also tried to sell nuclear weapons technology to Iraq. Hear NPR's Mike Shuster.
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Probe: Pakistani Made Iraq Atomic Offer

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Probe: Pakistani Made Iraq Atomic Offer

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Probe: Pakistani Made Iraq Atomic Offer

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Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf pardons scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan for his role in passing nuclear secrets to Iran, Libya and North Korea. Khan, considered a national hero, apologized for his actions during a televised appearance Wednesday. A Pakistani investigation has uncovered new documents suggesting Khan also tried to sell nuclear weapons technology to Iraq. Hear NPR's Mike Shuster.

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