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Turkey has a NATO Nuke Problem

So as spectacular as the Turkish coup and all of its myriad internal and geopolitical ramifications no doubt are, one of the most hair-raising stories coming out of post-coup Turkey has centered on Incirlik. 1,470 more words

World At War

Risc posibil mai mare de catastrofa nucleara decat in timpul Razboiului Rece

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Din articolul “Riscul unei catastrofe nucleare poate fi mai mare decat in timpul Razboiului Rece” (“We May Be at a Greater Risk of Nuclear Catastrophe Than During the Cold War”): 188 more words


'Do you see what I see?'

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

A Malaysian photographer has drawn the ire of many after publishing a set of photos purportedly showing the chilling aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. 1,361 more words

Current Affairs

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There’s no end to Fukushima crisis while melted fuel remains

Fukushima Governor Masao Uchibori, left, speaks with Vice Industry Minister Yosuke Takagi

A massive concrete structure encases the wrecked No. 4 reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, site of the catastrophic 1986 accident. 346 more words


7.7 tons of Chiba’s Fukushima waste won’t be deemed radioactive anymore, clearing way for general disposal

Chiba Mayor Toshihito Kumagai (left) receives a notice from State Minister of the Environment Shinji Inoue at City Hall on Friday stating that tainted waste stored there from the Fukushima disaster won’t be deemed radioactive anymore. 250 more words


Japan business lobby says Abe govt can't rely on nuclear energy

Japan‘s use of nuclear power is unlikely to meet a government target of returning to near pre-Fukushima levels and the world’s No.3 economy needs to get serious about boosting renewables, a senior executive at a top business lobby said. 478 more words