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India has expanded a secretive site that could be used to enrich more uranium for nuclear weapons, a US think tank said Wednesday, citing satellite imagery. The Institute for Science and International Security, a private group opposed to nuclear
City Council members took steps Tuesday night to place the topic on their next meeting agenda at the request of San Clemente Green, an environmental group...In 2011, the council called on the federal government to develop a safe place to deposit
Dear Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, Although you are probably unaware, longtime readers of The Japan Times may recall that in April 2011, I sent an open letter to then Prime Minister Naoto Kan ( Who pays for nuclear nightmare? Hotline to Nagata-cho,
A new nuclear power reactor on Anglesey by Japanese firm Hitachi is among the projects listed in a 20-year infrastructure spending plan due to be published by the UK government. It guarantees to support finance for developing a new station at Wylfa.
The second of a new wave of nuclear power stations will be built by private investors with government support, the Treasury will announce on Wednesday. The power station, at Wylfa on Anglesey in Wales, is among the major
Typhoons that hit Japan each year are helping spread radioactive material from the Fukushima nuclear disaster into the country's waterways, researchers say...An earthquake-sparked tsunami slammed into the Fukushima plant in March 2011, sending
Florida's Public Service Commission on Tuesday approved a $4.90 monthly increase for Florida Power & Light's residential customers using 1,000 kilowatt hours, beginning in January, bringing the total bill to $100.01. The additional fees include a $1.
Japan was changed forever by the devastating triple tragedy that unfolded on March 11, 2011, bringing an earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis. Jamie Morton looks at how the country is recovering from the world's costliest natural disaster. The
Incumbents have suffered one defeat after another in city mayoral elections in Fukushima Prefecture where more than 140,000 residents remain evacuees some two years and nine months after the meltdowns at the Fukushima No...The losing streak that
A government panel is proposing additional measures to lessen the contaminated water crisis at Japan's crippled nuclear power plant. The panel said Tuesday the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant could run out of water storage within two years if current plans