Iran and North Korea may have bought nuclear missile blueprints
The Times / James Bone
16-Jun-2008 (one comment)

The discovery of designs for a compact nuclear bomb has raised fears that Iran and North Korea might have obtained blueprints enabling them to mount long-range strikes with nuclear-armed missiles.

Designs for a nuclear device small enough to fit on a ballistic missile were found on computers linked to the international smuggling ring that supplied nuclear technology to Iran, Libya and North Korea, a top US expert says.

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It is mind boggling that in all of this, Pakistan, the staunch supporter and protector of Abdol Qadir Khan, is never implicated!