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Video: Uranium bust: sting captures man accused of sending to Iran  pt

A 15-month sting operation has captured a man accused of trying to send uranium to Iran. Officials tell CBS News senior correspondent John Miller that Patrick Campbell agreed to sell 1,000 tons of yellowcake uranium to undercover agents. Campbell was arrested Wednesday at New York's JFK Airport.

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Keywords: Iran, United states, Israel / European Union, Islamic Republic / iranian, nuclear, tehran, sanctions, program, oil

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