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Pakistan, US in talks on nuclear security

Aim to keep technology away from terrorists; Uranium may be shipped to America for disposal

Navy Admiral Mike Mullen said he is 'comfortable' that the nuclear weapons cannot be stolen. Navy Admiral Mike Mullen said he is "comfortable" that the nuclear weapons cannot be stolen. (AP Photo)
By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / May 5, 2009

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WASHINGTON - US and Pakistani officials have begun behind-the-scenes talks aimed at achieving a greater US role in securing Pakistan's nuclear materials, including a proposal to ship some highly enriched uranium to the United States for disposal, according to two administration officials with direct knowledge of the discussions. (Full article: 930 words)

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