Previous seizures of nuclear material

Date Location Material Amount, g IAEA confirmed
6 Oct. 1992 Podolsk, Russia HEU (90%) 1500 No
29 Jul. 1993 Andreeva Guba, Russia HEU (36%) 1800 No
28 Nov. 1993 Polyarny, Russia HEU (20%) 4500 No
March 1994 St. Petersburg, Russia HEU (90%) 2972 Yes
10 May 1994 Tengen-Wiechs, Germany PU 6.2 Yes
13 Jun. 1994 Landshut, Germany HEU (87.7%) .795 Yes
25 Jul 1994 Munich, Germany PU .24 Yes
8 Aug. 1994 Munich Airport, Germany PU 363.4 Yes
14 Dec. 1994 Prague, Czech Republic HEU (87.7%) 2730 Yes
June 1995 Moscow, Russia HEU (21%) 1700 Yes
6 June 1995 Prague, Czech Republic HEU (87.7%) .415 Yes
8 June 1995 Ceske Budejovice, Czech Rep. HEU (87.7%) 16.9 Yes
29 May 1999 Rousse, Bulgaria HEU (72.65%) 10 Yes
2000 Elektrostal, Russia HEU (21%) 3700 No
16 Jul 2001 Paris, France HEU (72.57%) .5 Yes
26 Jun 2003 Sadahlo, Georgia HEU (89%) ~170 Yes
1 Feb. 2006 Tbilisi, Georgia HEU (89%) 79.5 Yes
11 Mar. 2010 Tbilisi, Georgia HEU (89%) 18 Yes
27 June 2011 Chisinau, Moldova 4 Yes

Source: Illicit Trafficking in Nuclear Materials: Assessing the Past Two Decades,“ Lyudmila Zaitseva, University of Salzburg, 2015. List provided by author.