U.S. Nuclear Missile Incident in Wyoming Requires Thorough Investigation

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Russia calls on U.S. to keep better eye on missiles


The incident when a computer glitch took 50 US nuclear inter-continental ballistic missiles offline for 45 minutes on Saturday requires thorough investigation, Mr. Andrei Kokoshin, a deputy at the Russian State Duma and former Secretary of the Russian Security Council, said in an interview with the Interfax news agency.

“It is a matter of global security to ensure permanent control over these strategically important systems, Mr. Kokoshin said.

The incident took place at an air force base in Wyoming.



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