- Ex-general speaks out on Iran’s nuclear plans and opposition crackdown – Irish Times
The GuardianEx-general speaks out on Iran's nuclear plans and opposition crackdown
The former Revolutionary Guards officer calls claims that Iran's nuclear programme is peaceful a 'sheer lie', writes SAEED KAMALI DEHGHAN.
Former senior officer accuses Khamenei of having 'blood on his hands' and …The Guardian
- Nuclear Deterrence Vital in Complex World, General Says – Department of Defense
Nuclear Deterrence Vital in Complex World, General Says
Department of Defense
“While nuclear weapons represent a unique, relevant and powerful deterrent capability, this is not your father's nuclear force,” Kehler told the Reserve Officers Association here. “We've witnessed an impressive 67-year period with neither nuclear use …
Senior General: US Atomic Arsenal Could Deter a Nuclear-Armed IranNational Journal
- Protesters step up campaign against nuclear waste dump – The Age
The AgeProtesters step up campaign against nuclear waste dump
After seven years in the planning, a nuclear dump at remote Muckaty cattle station, more than 120 kilometres from Tennant Creek, is still caught in red tape and subject to a Federal Court challenge by traditional owners. The federal Resources Minister …
- APNewsBreak: Tube wear detailed at CA nuke plant – CanadianBusiness.com
The Associated PressAPNewsBreak: Tube wear detailed at CA nuke plant
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Federal regulators Thursday disclosed the most detailed information to date on damage at California's idled San Onofre nuclear power plant, where scores of tubes that carry radioactive water have eroded at an alarming rate.
Tube wear detailed at San Onofre nuclear plantOCRegister
Nuclear regulators detail generator damage that sidelined reactorsU-T San Diego
- ‘Groupism’ no excuse for Fukushima meltdown – Winnipeg Free Press
Winnipeg Free Press'Groupism' no excuse for Fukushima meltdown
Winnipeg Free Press
Its account of the March 11, 2011, earthquake, tsunami and ensuing nuclear meltdown, which displaced about 160000 people and left parts of Japan unlivable, differs in crucial ways from those of Japan's nuclear regulatory agencies, the Tokyo Electric …
Fukushima and the Nuclear PushersCounterPunch
Groups: Japanese Report on Fukushima Reactor Disaster is "Real Wake Up …DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Fukushima Fallout: Nuclear Plant Shutdowns Forcing Japan to Rethink Energy MixBusiness Insider
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- US tightens sanctions over Iran nuclear programme – BBC News
AFPUS tightens sanctions over Iran nuclear programme
The US blacklists new firms and people said to be aiding Iran's nuclear programme, and identifies front companies allegedly helping Iran evade sanctions.
A nuclear-armed Iran by 2014? The free world must not allow this to happenTelegraph.co.uk (blog)
Op-Ed: Western sanctions are not stopping Iran's nuclear programDigitalJournal.com
Britain foiled Iran nuclear-weapon drive: Intelligence bossAFP
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- Japan govt, media colluded on nuclear: Nobel winner – AFP
AFPJapan govt, media colluded on nuclear: Nobel winner
TOKYO — Nobel-winning author Kenzaburo Oe said Japan's post-war government and media colluded to give nuclear power a stranglehold, as activists readied for what they hope will be the biggest rally in decades. The 77-year-old laureate with …
- Report: nuclear construction costs soaring – SmartPlanet.com (blog)
Fort Worth Star TelegramReport: nuclear construction costs soaring
Building nuclear power plants is expensive, and the costs are routinely exceeding initial estimates by billions of dollars, the Associated Press repor.
New nuclear plants face cost overruns, delaysFort Worth Star Telegram
Building costs rise at US nuclear sitesNewsOK.com
AP IMPACT: Building costs rise at US nuclear sitesCanadianBusiness.com
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- Tamminen: Is Nuclear Energy Just Mission Impossible? – CNBC.com (blog)
Tamminen: Is Nuclear Energy Just Mission Impossible?
The debate over nuclear has generally boiled down to the challenge of waste disposal, but the real wild card is human error.
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