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Moldova and the FBI are investigating the sale of radioactive materials militants

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Moldova and the FBI are investigating the sale of radioactive materials militants

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Investigators Moldova and the American FBI are investigating the attempted sale of nuclear materials to militants in the Middle East in the past five years on the black market, reports Associated Press.

At the moment the data is evidence of four attempts, the last recorded in February this year, when the attackers tried to sell cesium Islamists. The investigation revealed that the radioactive cesium is less than advertised by the seller on the black market, and because it can not make a "dirty bomb."

Moldovan investigative authorities stated that due to the breach of cooperation between Russia and the West has become much more difficult to figure out the way Russian smugglers production of nuclear materials for the black market.

"We can expect more of these cases. As long as the smugglers think they can make a lot of money and will not be caught, they will continue, "- said the representative of the Moldovan police Constantin Malik.

The most serious attempt was made in 2011 when a group of alleged criminal FSB colonel tried to sell a man from Sudan samples "U-235" and drawings of radiological weapons, said Malik.

It is noted that the organizers of the sale of materials, mostly avoided justice. Were subjected to arrest members of the criminal group average, and in the early stages of the exchange of money for radioactive materials, so the criminal schemes could be used again.

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