World leaders unite against nuclear terrorism in Seoul

Exclude North Korea, Iran, Syria from talks BEYOND securing the stockpiles of weapons in  known nuclear-holding states, about 54 leaders are set for “successful deliberations” today on how to tackle the ever-developing security gaps in the nuclear industry as they begin talks in Seoul, South Korea. The leaders are gathering two years after their first meeting in March 2010 on the way forward against nuclear problems in Washington DC. The two-day 2012 Nuclear Security Summit (NSS), which opens ...
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Added March 25, 2012
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