Patricia Lewis said Mr Amano's comments appeared to confirm suspicions that groups had got their hands on devices used by scientists to prevent radioactive emissions in transit.
Addressing Chatham House in London, International Atomic Energy Agency chief Yukiya Amano said one of the main risks was that militants could detonate a so-called nuclear 'dirty bomb' to contaminate a major city.
[State oil company] Sonangol has been operating as a kind of sovereign fund, so it will be interesting to see whether this new fund is seen as relieving Sonangol to focus on the core business of oil or as competition, says Markus Weimer.
This attack on her has highlighted the issue, has sparked public outrage and the next step seems to me to move away from her story - and obviously we hope she recovers - and to the government of Pakistan, says Gareth Price.
There's an interesting cultural trend at work here, identified in a new report from Chatham House: 'The fall in the demand for private vehicles in younger age groups predated the economic decline...'
Impoverished Congo sits on large reserves of gold and the minerals used in electronics production and - according to a Chatham House study - an estimated 10 million people are directly or indirectly dependent on the mining industry.
Hezbollah have been left alone supporting Assad and even within their ranks their is a division. They know that Damascus and Hezbollah will fall on the wrong side of history, says Nadim Shehadi.
The end of the dominance of the dollar in the next decades seems inevitable and the logical reflection of the changing order in the world economy. There is wide consensus that a multicurrency system is the endgame to such process, says Paola Subacchi.
There's nobody that can make a credible argument to say the EU hasn't created peace on a continent that hadn't seen peace in centuries, says Xenia Dormandy.
Hezbollah leader Seyed Hassan Nasrallah had to react to his people being killed in Syria. It will lead to a credibility loss and he needs to find a way of containing it, says Nadim Shehadi.