- UN’s nuclear watchdog has strengths but needs a boost: report – Ottawa Citizen
UN's nuclear watchdog has strengths but needs a boost: report
The International Atomic Energy Agency requires strengthening, but not a dramatic overhaul, concludes.
- The business case for refurbishing Gentilly-2 is weak – Montreal Gazette
The business case for refurbishing Gentilly-2 is weak
Two things one doesn't want to see mentioned in the same sentence are nuclear power plant and.
- Nuclear power decision imminent – The National
Gulf TodayNuclear power decision imminent
The UAE's nuclear regulator is expected to make a decision within days on whether to grant a licence to build the country's first reactors.
Emirati students depart for ENEC's student training programs in Republic of KoreaAME Info
- Canadian nuclear technology company workers strike – CanadianBusiness.com
Globe and MailCanadian nuclear technology company workers strike
Canadian nuclear technology company workers strike.
Nuclear engineers go on strikeToronto Sun
Canadian nuclear power engineers walk off jobsReuters Canada
Candu Energy enacts contingency plans as workers hit the picket linesWinnipeg Free Press
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- Pakistan shuns physicist linked to ‘God particle’ because of religious beliefs – Toronto Star
Toronto StarPakistan shuns physicist linked to 'God particle' because of religious beliefs
Praise within Pakistan for Salam, who also guided the early stages of the country's nuclear program, faded decades ago as Muslim fundamentalists gained power. He belonged to the Ahmadi sect, which has been persecuted by the government and targeted …
Abdus Salam: Pakistan's unsung heroPakistanToday.com.pk
- Nuclear waste-burning reactor moves a step closer to reality – The Guardian
Nuclear waste-burning reactor moves a step closer to reality
Feasibility study shows GE-Hitachi's proposed Prism fast reactor could offer a solution to the UK's plutonium waste stockpile.
- EU, Iran diplomats to meet for nuclear talks in July – Reuters
Irish TimesEU, Iran diplomats to meet for nuclear talks in July
EU, Iranian diplomats to meet on July 24* Negotiations downgraded amid deep divisions in atom rowBRUSSELS, July 9 (Reuters) – Senior diplomats from theEuropean Union and Iran will meet on July 24.
EU, Iran to meet for nuclear talksIrish Times
New meeting scheduled for Iran nuclear talksThe Hill (blog)
Senior EU and Iranian officials to meet on next steps to resolve nuke standoffEdmonton Journal
- Concrete decaying at Canada’s aging nuclear plants – Vancouver Sun
Concrete decaying at Canada's aging nuclear plants
Decaying concrete at nuclear power plants is the latest concern for nuclear safety authorities.
- Japan Pro-Nuclear Official Wins Vote – Wall Street Journal
Wall Street JournalJapan Pro-Nuclear Official Wins Vote
Wall Street Journal
A Japanese governor who supports the restart of a nuclear plant in southern Kagoshima prefecture won a new term by a landslide on Sunday in a closely watched election following Japan's resumption of operations at its first—and so far only—reactors …
Pro-nuclear governor wins third term in KagoshimaAsahi Shimbun
Pro-nuclear governor re-elected for third term in KagoshimaThe Japan Daily Press
Ohi restart gives Japan breathing spaceWorld Nuclear News
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