News Deputy to EU foreign policy chief Helga Schmid arriving at the Intercontinetal Hotel in Geneva. Iran and world powers were set for new talks in Geneva on how to implement a landmark deal aimed at containing Tehran's nuclear drive

But US says discussions are not over yet

The Business Matrix: Wednesday 8 January 2014

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The Sellafield nuclear plant could face challenges from Irish citizens

Irish free to sue British nuclear operators over contamination

Changes to international law will expose them to claims for damages

UN inspectors arrive in Tehran to visit Iranian nuclear facility

Inspectors from the UN nuclear agency have arrived in Tehran to visit a nuclear facility that has long been off-limits to outside experts, an Iranian news agency has said.

A container reportedly used to transport cobalt-60 was found in a truck in the town of Hueypoxtla

Stolen radioactive cobalt-60 shipment found in Mexico ‘had been opened’

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A four-mile pipe discharging radioactive components was removed from the couple's home

Helena Bonham Carter has radioactive pipe removed from home

The four-mile pipe was discharging radioactive components from Harwell’s Atomic Energy Research Establishment into the Thames

Mexican police find missing lorry carrying 'extremely dangerous' radioactive

Mexican police have found a container that held radioactive material and which was stolen by thieves as it was being transported near Mexico City, the country's national nuclear safety commission CNSNS has said.

Babcock International whirls toward helicopter stake

Engineering services firm Babcock International is in exclusive talks to buy into the world’s biggest helicopter operator.

Deal struck on wider UN inspections of Iran sites in boost to wider negotiations over Tehran's nuclear programme

Optimism about potential breakthrough in decade-long dispute raised

An official monitors radiation levels outside reactor four during a media tour of the Fukushima nuclear plant

Inside Fukushima – for the most delicate stage of the clean-up yet

It has been dubbed a catastrophe in the making and even the potential trigger for mankind’s most dangerous moment since the Cuban Missile Crisis. But it was hard to reconcile those fears with the banal sight of a murky pool of water at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

'Continuous' nuclear fusion comes one step closer

Researchers in the US have reached a milestone in the journey to create a source of unlimited energy

Exclusive: Shock over new contract for Sellafield companies

Unions and MPs have reacted with shock to yesterday’s announcement that the companies that have overseen cost overruns and delays in the clean-up of Sellafield have been given a new five-year contract.

Jim Armitage: A nuke deal is in the offing - don't blow it this time

The Government's claim this week to be pro-business is news to Carillion.

This aerial photo shows the storage tank, fifth from left at left plot, which workers detected the water dripping from the top, at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant at Okuma town in Fukushima prefecture, northeastern Japan

Another radioactive leak discovered at Fukushima nuclear plant as storage tank overflows allowing toxic water to flow into Pacific

Leak causes yet more problems for under fire Tokyo Electric Power Company

Verbal battles over Damian McBride's memoirs at the Labour party conference escalate into fisticuffs as publisher fights protester

Iain Dale was involved in a scuffle with protesting pensioner Stuart Holmes

Japan's nuclear power network shuts down, with no timetable for a restart

The country's only operating nuclear reactor will be closed until December at the earliest, as stringent safety checks see 50 other reactors sitting idle

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