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The International Atomic Energy Agency suspects that a Japanese company may have exported parts to Libya for a centrifuge used to enrich uranium, an IAEA source said Saturday.

The IAEA bases the suspicion on an investigation into the case of Abdul Qadeer Khan, Pakistan’s top nuclear scientist, who is believed to have transferred nuclear technologies to countries including Iran and Libya, the source told Kyodo News.

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