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Reuters reported the U.N. is pushing Libya to sell a stash of yellowcake uranium in a warehouse that is not safe nor secure enough for long-term storage.

Reuters reported the U.N. is pushing Libya to sell a stash of yellowcake uranium in a warehouse that is not safe nor secure enough for long-term storage.

As quoted in the market news:

Inspectors from the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) completed an inspection of the Tajura nuclear facility in Tripoli and a warehouse in Sabha that stores yellowcake, a concentrated uranium powder, on December 9, U.N. special envoy to Libya Ian Martin told the Security Council.

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