Abdul Qadeer Khan, a Pakistani scientist who shared nuclear-weapons technology and know-how with countries the U.S. regards as rogue states after helping his country build its first atomic bomb, died Sunday. He was 85.
At home, Dr. Khan is widely seen as a hero for making Pakistan the only nuclear-armed country in the Islamic world and giving it a deterrent against its arch rival, India, which also has atomic weapons.
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