IAEA explain how to transport dangerous nuclear material


An international project is under way to move nuclear materials into secure facilities so they do not fall into the hands of terrorists.

On Wednesday a convoy of radioactive material arrived in Russia from Serbia, at the end of a long journey via a secret route.

As the shipment was being loaded onto a train outside the town of Subotica, John Kelly of the International Atomic Energy Agency explained to Gordon Corera why the level of security was so high.

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