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Former Israeli Nuclear Technician Released from Prison
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Former Israeli Nuclear Technician Released from Prison

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Former Israeli Nuclear Technician Released from Prison

Former Israeli Nuclear Technician Released from Prison
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Former Israeli nuclear technician Mordecai Vanunu is free after 18 years of imprisonment. He was jailed for revealing information about Israel's nuclear technology to the Sunday Times of London. Many Israelis consider him a traitor. Anti-nuclear activists applaud his action. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports.

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