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US team in Georgia finds radiation monitoring sites damaged

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / October 11, 2008

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WASHINGTON - A US government team, assigned to help local authorities detect nuclear smuggling in the Republic of Georgia but forced to flee the country after Russia's invasion in August, has returned and found that heavy fighting has damaged several locations where it was installing radiation detectors, according to Department of Energy officials. (Full article: 327 words)

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