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IAEA: Al Qaida Tried to Buy Nukes

Tuesday, 12 April 2005 12:00 AM

"I would be surprised if they did not try to acquire nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction. That would be the most horrible scenario because if these extremist groups have the weapon, they will use it," El Baradei said, adding that it was a "race against time" to stop the spread of nuclear weapons and plug gaps in the security of atomic weapons and materials.

"The more nuclear weapons that exist, the more threats we face. And the more countries that have nuclear weapons, the more danger we face," El Baradei said. "We can't afford one single lapse in the system of security of nuclear material or nuclear weapons."

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