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June 4, 2008 12:01 AM

Pakistani nuclear scientist denies selling bomb secrets

In his first interview with an American news organization, A.Q. Khan, the renegade nuclear scientist from Pakistan who once admitted helping Iran and Libya obtain nuclear-weapons technology, told McClatchy that Western businessmen, not he, provided the technology and know-how those rogue states used to develop nuclear-weapons programs.

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