Iraq - Nuclear Weapons It's unclear how close Iraq has come to becoming a nuclear power. For starters, Iraq would need the right kind of uranium -- and that's not easy to come by. NPR's David Kestenbaum reports on what's known about that country's atomic program -- and how long it could take Iraq to make a bomb. (5:00)
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Iraq - Nuclear Weapons

Iraq - Nuclear Weapons

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It's unclear how close Iraq has come to becoming a nuclear power. For starters, Iraq would need the right kind of uranium — and that's not easy to come by. NPR's David Kestenbaum reports on what's known about that country's atomic program — and how long it could take Iraq to make a bomb. (5:00)
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