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Nuclear

Nuclear kitty litter: Chemical reaction caused radioactive leak at Los Alamos waste plant
A violation of well-established procedures at a laboratory of the Los Alamos nuclear facility led to a radioactive material leak in February, resulting in the contamination of 22 workers and closure of America’s only permanent nuclear waste repository.

02.10.2014 06:16

US stores old nukes...to fight off asteroid threats
The US is delaying the process of dismantling its old nuclear weapons over the possibility that they might be needed to defend Earth against potentially devastating asteroids, states a government report obtained by The Wall Street Journal.

02.10.2014 03:07

Hanford nuclear waste tank will leak for at least another year
​A deal struck between the US Dept of Energy and Washington state will allow a leaky radioactive storage tank at the heavily polluted Hanford Nuclear Reservation to remain as is for more than a year before its contents are removed.

01.10.2014 17:01

Win battle, lose the war: Photo-wielding Netanyahu puts Iran over ISIS, slams Hamas
Bigger than the Islamic State threat – Iran and its nuclear program yet again haunted Benjamin Netanyahu’s address at the UN General Assembly. The Israeli PM also has photo-proof with him of Hamas using Palestinian civilians as human shields.

29.09.2014 19:23

Eruption or not, nuclear restart in Japan to go ahead on schedule
Japan’s plans to restart the Sendai nuclear reactor won’t be affected by the volcanic eruption of Mt. Ontake, the government said. The reactor is in a separate volcanically-active area, which rose concerns for its safety after the Saturday eruption.

29.09.2014 05:31

US softens position on Iranian nuclear program
Amid stalled talks with Iran over limiting its nuclear program, the US is reportedly considering a proposal that would let Tehran keep half of its centrifuges while reducing its stock of uranium gas so much that a weapon would take over a year to create.

26.09.2014 16:16

‘Highly reliable info’: Israel accuses Iran of nuclear weapons tests ahead of Rouhani’s UNGA speech
​The day before the Iranian president’s address to the UN General Assembly, Israel issued a statement, again accusing the Islamic Republic of allegedly testing technology that could only be used for nuclear bombs.

25.09.2014 02:35

Bitter nuke promises: Nobel Peace laureate Obama spending billions on US nuclear arsenal
Barack Obama’s vision of a nuclear-free world seems to be unraveling at an alarming rate. In 2009 he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his commitment for nuclear disarmament. Five years on, the US’s nuclear arsenal sees a $355 billion investment.

24.09.2014 15:34

Russia won’t quit nuclear forces treaty unless it faces ‘serious threat’ – Kremlin
Moscow won’t withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty unless it senses a “serious threat” to the country’s security, Kremlin chief of staff Sergey Ivanov has said.

23.09.2014 10:27

US rejects Iran's offer to cooperate against Islamic State
The US has rejected a proposal from Iranian officials regarding cooperation between the two nations in fighting against the Islamic State (IS). Tehran was reportedly ready to join forces in exchange for Washington's flexibility on its nuclear program.

22.09.2014 19:29

Russia, South Africa sign $10 bn nuclear power deal
Russia’s state-owned nuclear company Rosatom has signed a historic partnership agreement with South Africa to build a large-scale nuclear power plant in the African state and develop collaboration in other areas of nuclear industry.

22.09.2014 19:40

‘Anti-nuclear’ Obama plans to spend $1 trillion on nukes
Despite campaigning on a platform that endorsed having “a nuclear-free world” in the not so distant future, United States President Barack Obama is overseeing an administration that’s aim has taken another path, the New York Times reported this week.

22.09.2014 14:16

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