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Obama seeks global uranium fuel bank

Plan could counter Iran's weapon quest

President Obama told Muslim leaders that ''any nation should have the right to access peaceful nuclear power.'' President Obama told Muslim leaders that ''any nation should have the right to access peaceful nuclear power.''
By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / June 8, 2009

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WASHINGTON - As part of a new strategy to stop Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, President Obama plans to seek the creation of the first-ever international supply of uranium that would allow nations to obtain fuel for civilian nuclear reactors but limit the capacity to make bombs, according to senior administration officials. (Full article: 1108 words)

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