Worries About Russian Nukes Arise Anew In the wake of last month's attack on a Moscow theater, and a possible al Qaeda connection to Chechen rebels, intelligence officials in the United States and Russia worry that Chechen guerrillas could obtain unguarded nuclear material in Russia. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.

Worries About Russian Nukes Arise Anew

Worries About Russian Nukes Arise Anew

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In the wake of last month's attack on a Moscow theater, and a possible al Qaeda connection to Chechen rebels, intelligence officials in the United States and Russia worry that Chechen guerrillas could obtain unguarded nuclear material in Russia. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.

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