Press Trust of India | Friday February 1, 2013
Increasing radicalisation within Pakistan's military could lead to its nuclear weapons being hijacked by radical Islamists, a Pakistani scientist has warned.
Associated Press | Tuesday November 1, 2011
U.N. investigators have identified a previously unknown complex in Syria that bolsters suspicions that the Syrian government worked with A.Q. Khan, the father of Pakistan's atomic bomb, to acquire technology that could make nuclear arms.
The New York Times | Friday July 15, 2011
India's government showed extraordinary restraint after Pakistani terrorists killed more than 160 people in Mumbai in 2008. The fear ever since then has been that another attack could spark a war between India and Pakistan, rivals with nuclear weapon...
Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday April 13, 2010
The US believes Al Qaeda is actively in search of a nuclear bomb and fears it could get one through criminal gangs or by infiltrating nuclear labs in Pakistan or other vulnerable nations.
Press Trust of India | Friday November 13, 2009
China provided Pakistan with a "do-it-yourself" kit and weapons grade uranium for making two nuclear bombs in 1982.