Pakistani Scientists Allegedly Sold Nuclear Secrets A two-month-long investigation alleges Pakistani nuclear scientists were paid to share their knowledge with "rogue states" such as Libya and North Korea. The report details what one nuclear arms expert calls the world's worst violation of nuclear proliferation regulations. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.
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A two-month-long investigation alleges Pakistani nuclear scientists were paid to share their knowledge with "rogue states" such as Libya and North Korea. The report details what one nuclear arms expert calls the world's worst violation of nuclear proliferation regulations. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.