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.
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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.