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Three Swiss men charged in Libya nuclear weapons case

Swiss prosecutors said Friedrich Tinner and his sons Marco and Urs had pleaded guilty of supplying nuclear equipment through the network of AQ Khan, the Pakistani scientist who sold uranium enrichment to Muslim states.
All three have spent length periods of up to three and a half years in custody waiting trial. A key element of a plea bargain yesterday was that the court would not hear any evidence in reaching a verdict.

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