UN says 2.5 tonnes of uranium missing from Libyan site
UN nuclear watchdog: 2.5 tons of uranium missing in Libya
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has warned member states that 10 drums containing approximately 2.5 tons of natural uranium in the form of uranium ore concentrate were not present as previously declared at a location in the state of Libya. The missing uranium raises safety and proliferation concerns, as each ton of natural uranium - if obtained by a group with the technological means and resources - can be refined to 5.6 kilograms …
Tons of uranium missing from Libyan site, IAEA tells member states
U.N. nuclear watchdog inspectors have found that roughly 2.5 tons of natural uranium have gone missing from a Libyan site that is not under government control, the watchdog told member states in a statement on Wednesday seen by Reuters.
Tons Of Uranium Missing From Libyan Site: UN Nuclear Watchdog
The UN nuclear agency said on Wednesday that approximately 2.5 tons of natural uranium had gone missing from a site in Libya. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Rafael Grossi told the organisation's member states that inspectors on Tuesday found that 10 drums containing uranium ore concentrate "were not present as previously declared" at the location in Libya. The IAEA will conduct further activities "to clarify the circumstances of…