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A break-in at a South African nuclear complex alarms Washington and strains relations years later

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

Surprise at the diplomatic discord between Washington and Pretoria

By Douglas Birch

South African who attacked a nuclear plant is a hero to his government and fellow citizens

By Douglas Birch

South Africa rebuffs repeated U.S. demands that it relinquish its nuclear explosives

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

The assault on Pelindaba

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

U.S. efforts to stem 'extreme threat to global security' far from complete

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

Obama curbs nuclear security goals as bomb-building budget grows

By Douglas Birch

Energy Dept. confirms it's been on the wrong path since 2007

By Douglas Birch

Japan confirms it will return some nuclear explosive materials to U.S.

By Douglas Birch

Improving security for nuclear explosives remains a diplomatic struggle

By Douglas Birch

Plutonium fever blossoms in Japan

Japan agrees to return some plutonium

By Douglas Birch

Japan could be building an irresistible terrorist target, experts say

A world awash in a nuclear explosive?

By Douglas Birch and R. Jeffrey Smith

Nuclear Waste: Cost of South Carolina fuel plant goes up by billions of dollars — again

By R. Jeffrey Smith and Douglas Birch

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