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Nuclear power plants are terrorist bait, need extra protection – ex-IAEA chief to RT

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Nuclear power plants are one of the best protected facilities in the world, but they still remain likely targets for terrorists and therefore require extra protection, Hans Blix, former IAEA chief, told RT. Read Full Article at RT.com
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