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Japanese get anti-radiation pills ahead of nuclear restart

Tokyo - Japanese officials are handing out radiation-blocking iodine tablets to people living in the shadow of two nuclear reactors slated to restart this year, underscoring concerns about atomic power after the Fukushima crisis.
In the Media by AFP

N. Korea threatens nuclear strike on White House

Pyongyang - A top-ranking North Korean military official has threatened a nuclear strike on the White House and Pentagon after accusing Washington of raising military tensions on the Korean peninsula.
In the Media by AFP

Iran complying with nuclear deal: UN watchdog

Vienna - Iran has eliminated all its most sensitive nuclear material in line with an interim deal struck with world powers, a new UN atomic agency report showed Monday.
In the Media by Sim Sim Wissgott (AFP)

After extension, hope remains for Iran nuclear talks

Vienna - If Iran and world powers couldn't clinch a nuclear deal after five hard months of bargaining, what hope is there that yet more time will help? Quite a lot actually, experts told AFP.
In the Media by Simon Sturdee (AFP)

Iran nuclear talks end with deadline extended

Vienna - Marathon talks between Iran and world powers in Vienna ended Saturday after negotiators gave themselves four more months to try and bridge major gaps and strike a historic nuclear deal.
In the Media by Simon Sturdee with Jo Biddle in Washington (AFP)

Iran nuclear talks extended to November 24

Washington - World powers and Iran agreed to extend talks on Tehran's nuclear program until November 24, officials said Friday, as Washington said it would unblock some $2.8 billion in frozen Iranian funds.
In the Media by AFP

Japan nuclear watchdog says two reactors safe to switch back on

Tokyo - Japan's nuclear watchdog said Wednesday that two atomic reactors were safe enough to switch back on, marking a big step towards restarting the country's nuclear plants which were shuttered after the Fukushima crisis.
In the Media by Kyoko Hasegawa (AFP)

U.S., Iran lay ground for nuclear talks extension

Vienna - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart have laid the groundwork for an extension of a Sunday deadline to strike a historic nuclear deal after intense talks in Vienna.
In the Media by Simon Sturdee and Jo Biddle (AFP)

U.S., Iran lay ground for nuclear talks extension

Vienna - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart laid the groundwork Tuesday for an extension of a Sunday deadline to strike a historic nuclear deal after intense talks in Vienna.
In the Media by Simon Sturdee and Jo Biddle (AFP)

U.S., Iran lay ground for extension of nuclear deal deadline

Vienna - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart laid the groundwork Tuesday for the possible extension of a Sunday deadline to strike a historic nuclear deal after intense talks in Vienna.
In the Media by Simon Sturdee and Jo Biddle (AFP)

Iran calls for nuclear deal deadline extension

Vienna - Iran's foreign minister called Tuesday for an extension of a looming deadline to strike a potentially historic nuclear deal with world powers, after surprise talks with US Secretary of State John Kerry.
In the Media by Simon Sturdee and Jo Biddle (AFP)

Iran nuclear talks uncertain after US push

Vienna - The fate of nuclear talks between Iran and world powers was unclear Tuesday after two days of "very tough" talks between US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart in Vienna.
In the Media by Jo Biddle and Simon Sturdee (AFP)

Kerry says Iran nuclear negotiations 'really tough'

Vienna - US Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday acknowledged that his negotiations with Iranian officials on a nuclear deal were "really tough.
In the Media by AFP

Ministers fail to broker Iran talks breakthrough

Vienna - Western foreign ministers appeared Sunday to have failed in their mission to inject momentum into talks with Iran in Vienna, seven days before the deadline to strike a momentous nuclear deal.
In the Media by Jo Biddle and Simon Sturdee (AFP)

Iran warns could walk away from nuclear talks

Vienna - Iran's chief negotiator in nuclear talks in Vienna warned Saturday that Tehran is ready to walk away if "excessive" Western demands cause a failure, a day before foreign ministers try to inject momentum.
In the Media by Simon Sturdee (AFP) - 6 comments

Kerry to give troubled Iran nuclear talks a kick along

Vienna - US Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to Vienna this weekend and seek to bridge "significant gaps" in ongoing nuclear talks between Iran and world powers, the State Department said Thursday.
In the Media by Simon Sturdee (AFP)

Foreign ministers invited to Iran talks Sunday, says EU

Vienna - Foreign ministers from world powers have been invited to Vienna on Sunday to evaluate nuclear talks underway with Iran, a spokesman for lead negotiator Catherine Ashton said Thursday.EU foreign policy chief Ashton "has invited ...
In the Media by AFP

Iran's supreme leader reveals demands in nuclear talks

Tehran - Iran's supreme leader revealed Tuesday his country's demands for a massive long-term increase in its nuclear enrichment capability, laying bare huge gaps between Tehran and world powers negotiating a deal.
In the Media by Siavosh Ghazi (AFP)

Final push in 'historic' Iran nuclear talks

Vienna - Iran's foreign minister took to social media Thursday to warn that the outcome of nuclear talks with world powers was unclear, as a decisive final round began in Vienna ahead of a July 20 deadline.
In the Media by Simon Sturdee (AFP)

Title agreed, but not much else, on Iran nuclear draft

Vienna - Racing against the clock, nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers appeared tough going Thursday with both sides warning of major differences as they tried to draft an accord.
In the Media by Simon Sturdee and Michel Sailhan (AFP) - 1 comment

Tehran, world powers 'begin drafting nuclear deal'

Tehran - Iran and world powers started drafting Wednesday a comprehensive nuclear agreement but still face many sticking points, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said."Today we have slowly begun to draft the final agreement...
In the Media by AFP

Race against the clock for Iran nuclear talks

Vienna - Negotiators from Iran and six world powers sought Tuesday to overcome major differences and hammer out the text of a momentous nuclear deal just five weeks before a deadline.
In the Media by Simon Sturdee (AFP)

Fukushima struggling to build ice wall to plug radioactive leak

Tokyo - The operator of Japan's battered Fukushima nuclear power plant said Tuesday it was having trouble with the early stages of an ice wall being built under broken reactors to contain radioactive water.
In the Media by AFP

U.S., Iran hold brief talks on Iraq crisis in Vienna

Vienna - The United States and Iran briefly discussed the crisis in Iraq on the sidelines of a critical fifth round of nuclear talks in Vienna, U.S. officials said.
In the Media by Simon Sturdee (AFP)

US, Iran may use nuclear talks to discuss Iraq

Vienna - Washington said Monday it might use a critical fifth round of nuclear talks between Iran and world powers to discuss with Tehran possible cooperation on tackling the crisis raging in Iraq.
In the Media by Simon Sturdee (AFP)

New Iran nuclear talks as time runs short

Vienna - Iran and world powers' high-stakes nuclear talks enter a critical fifth round in Vienna on Monday, with both sides still far apart on crucial issues five weeks before a deadline for a deal.
In the Media by Simon STURDEE (AFP)

World's nuclear arsenal reduction slows down: Stockholm institute

Stockholm - The number of nuclear weapons in the world continue to decline, but at a slower pace than in previous years, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) said Monday.
In the Media by AFP

Iran, US kick off second day of nuclear talks

Geneva - Tehran and Washington began a second day of talks in Geneva on Tuesday on Iran's contested nuclear programme, amid a fresh diplomatic drive in the face of a July deadline for a deal.
In the Media by Jonathan Fowler (AFP)

Tehran says Geneva nuclear talks with US 'constructive'

Geneva - Senior Iranian and US officials held what Tehran's top negotiator dubbed "constructive" talks on Monday, as Washington warned tough choices were needed for a lasting accord on Tehran's controversial nuclear programme by a July 20 deadline.
In the Media by Jonathan Fowler (AFP)

Brazil builds nuclear submarine to patrol offshore oil

Rio De Janeiro - Brazil is building five submarines to patrol its massive coast, including one powered by an atomic reactor that would put it in the small club of countries with a nuclear sub.
In the Media by Vitoria Velez (AFP)
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Arak IR-40 Heavy Water Reactor, Iran
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The Ofek-9 was successfully launched into space on June 22. The first transmission received today confirmed that the high-tech spy satellite had established and maintained orbit.
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The K-27 was a November Class submarine. The picture is of the K-159, also a November Class sub.
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President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu deliver a press conference following their meeting in the Oval Office.
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A Geiger counter.
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Wind blows through the desolate town of Pripyat.  On April 26  1986  this amusement park was being r...
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Wind blows through the desolate town of Pripyat. On April 26, 1986, this amusement park was being readied for the annual May Day celebrations when the Chernobyl nuclear accident occurred.
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England s Selafield nuclear plant.
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England's Selafield nuclear plant.
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The G8 Youth Defence Committee in action.
The G8 Youth Defence Committee in action.
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Sign next to map in a Fukushima City park expresses apologies from city for declaring one-hour park-...
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Sign next to map in a Fukushima City park expresses apologies from city for declaring one-hour park-usage time limit due to radiation level on soil and equipment.
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Royal Navy photo of HMS Sceptre.
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Royal Navy photo of HMS Sceptre.
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A power plant with the nuclear sign superimposed over top of it
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Damage at Fukushima s Daiichi
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Damage at Fukushima's Daiichi
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Workers must wear plastic suits and respirators for protection inside Reactor #4, where radiation levels remain so high shifts are limited to only 15 minutes per day.
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Fukushima explosions taken from the air
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Fukushima explosions taken from the air
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Another view of HMS Sceptre
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Protesters in Tokyo on Friday.
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Tu-95MS at Engels Air Force Base; Strategic bomber, missile carrier, airborne surveillance.
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The 1,000 sq. mi. no-mans land around Chernobyl is known as the "Zone of Alienation."
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