Iran-Bound Yellowcake Uranium 238 From Congo Uncovered in Tanzania

A UN report, dated July 18, said there was “no doubt” a huge shipment of smuggled uranium 238, uncovered by Tanzanian customs officials, was moved from the Lubumbashi mines in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Tanzanian customs officials said it was destined for the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas, and was stopped on October 22 last year during a routine check.

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