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1. 2009-05-20 Pakistan denies increasing nuke capability Pakistan
C. 2009-02-06 Nuclear scientist freed from house arrest Pakistan
3. 2008-07-23 Pakistan warns of nuclear arms race Pakistan
4. 2008-07-04 Musharraf accused of N. Korea nuke deal Pakistan
5. 2008-01-09 Pakistan rejects nuke weapon fears Pakistan
6. 2007-11-11 Turmoil raises concern for nukes Pakistan
H. 2006-03-02 IAEA hails US-India deal India
2006-03-02 India, U.S. agree to nuclear pact New Delhi

  Musharraf accused of N. Korea nuke deal
  Concern at Burma 'nuclear sites'  Wikileaks: Burma may be building missile and nuclear sites in remote locations with support from North Korea   Pakistan denies increasing nuke capability  The information minister denied accusations that his country is expanding its capability to produce nuclear weapons Nuclear scientist freed from house arrest  Abdul Qadeer Khan, the Pakistani scientist who admitted leaking nuclear secrets to North Korea, Iran and Libya, has been released Pakistan warns of nuclear arms race


year 2010 Top ^

Dec.9   Myanmar


year 2009 Top ^

May.20   Pakistan
Feb.6   Pakistan


year 2008 Top ^

Jul.23   Pakistan
  Pakistan has warned that a deal leading to increased Indian access to nuclear fuel could accelerate the atomic race between the rivals
Jul.4   Pakistan
  Disgraced scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan: North Korea received nuclear material from Pakistan in a 2000 shipment supervised by the army

Jan.9   Pakistan


year 2007 Top ^

Nov.11   Pakistan
  Global security experts expressed concern that Pakistan's nuclear arsenal could wind up in the hands of Islamic radicals


year 2006 Top ^

Mar.2   India   IAEA hails US-India deal
  Mohammed ElBaradei has welcomed a nuclear agreement between the US and India
  New Delhi   India, U.S. agree to nuclear pact
  India and the United States have sealed a landmark agreement during Bush's visit
  India is to open up its 14 civilian reactors to international inspectors and keep power generation separate from military program. But India will keep 8 sites for secret military purposes reached after intense negotiation. The U.S. Congress must approve the deal terms


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