Europe Under Threat of a Possible Nuclear Attack, Says Experts

Dirty nuke material is already available on the black market. A small nuclear attack should not be surprising.

The following three previous posts support this:

Islamic State May Possesss Nuclear Material Stolen From Iraq: Report

Uranium Thieves Arrested In Soviet Material Selloff

Coming Soon: Nuclear Terror?

 

According to the International Luxembourg Forum, Europe is at an increased risk of a nuclear attack since World War II with the ISIS trying to acquire weapons of mass destruction.

“ISIS has already carried out numerous chemical weapons attacks in Syria; we know it wants to go further by carrying out a nuclear attack in the heart of Europe. This, combined with poor levels of security at a host of nuclear research centres in the former Soviet Union, mean the threat of a possible ‘dirty-bomb’ attack on a Western capital is high,” the Independent quoted Moshe Kantor, the president of the organization, as saying.

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Uranium Thieves Arrested In Soviet Material Selloff

 

Georgia’s security service said on Thursday (April 28) it had detained a group of five Georgian citizens who were trying to sell $3 million worth of the radioactive materials uranium-238 and uranium-235.

Georgia’s security service did not say whether the group had a buyer for the radioactive materials. Nor did it say where the group had acquired it.

Georgia is a former member of the Soviet Union and world leaders have been concerned about the security of Soviet nuclear weapons and stockpiles since it broke up in 1991.

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