Several tons of uranium stolen from a Muslim African country

The International Atomic Energy Agency has confirmed that more than 2,267 kg of uranium was stolen, which could cause a large-scale disaster in the world.

According to American media reports, the former ruler of Libya, Muammar Gaddafi, had started a nuclear weapons program, but in 2003, he ended this program.

After ending the nuclear program, his government was also overthrown in 2011, after which separate groups control different areas in Libya.

According to the report, despite the termination of the program, thousands of tons of crude obtained for this purpose were still in Libya.

The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Raphael Grossi, has said in his statement that two and a half tons (2,267 kg) of uranium have disappeared from a location outside the control of the current government of Libya.

The head of the IAEA has said that the disappearance of crude uranium was discovered during the inspection.

They say the current location of the stolen nuclear material is not known and could lead to large-scale radiation spills and nuclear security concerns.

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