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"The reactor could remain in seawater for centuries without releasing fission products," he wrote last week. "The Navy has monitored the THRESHER site for radioactivity six times over the past fifty years. The Navy released a report in 2000 of the environmental monitoring conducted in 1998."
Her statement, which also referred to beheaded American captives James Foley and Steven Sotloff, said Laachraoui was known at the time as Abou Idriss and worked alongside Mehdi Nemmouche, a Frenchman... 0