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But US says discussions are not over yet

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Local mayors furious at application to restart reactors two years after Fukushima disaster

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Plant at Oi is unsafe in the wake of the disaster at Fukushima

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Nuclear power plants plan to reopen by the end of year

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43% back UK nuclear plant subsidies

More people back subsidies for new nuclear power plants in the UK than are opposed to them, a poll has revealed.

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Dozens killed and hundreds injured as earthquake hits near Iran's nuclear city Bushehr

At least 30 people were killed and 800 injured today when a 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck near Iran’s only nuclear power plant.

An Egyptian Coptic Christian mourns over the coffin of a relative killed in clashes yesterday, during the funeral mass at the Abbassiya Cathedral, in Cairo today

Israel's new Strategic Affairs Minister: 'West must threaten Iran over nuclear plans'

A day after talks between international powers and Iran ended without agreement on Tehran’s nuclear ambitions, a leading Israeli politician has warned that the Jewish state’s patience is running thin and that the West should impose a deadline of weeks to persuade Iran to abandon its nuclear enrichment programme, or face military action.

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Power cut at Fukushima nuclear plant leaves storage pools without fresh water

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Those of us who can remember the 1986 Challenger disaster – the Nasa shuttle that exploded just 73 seconds after seven smiling astronauts waved to the world and took off for space – will recall the shock and bewilderment that followed this much publicised flight. The doomed moment was caught on television, including the suddenly silenced crowd of well-wishers down below who stared up at the plumes of smoke as the shuttle disintegrated. The astronauts included a school teacher making her first trip to space, and their bodies were recovered from the Atlantic after a protracted search that only extended the sense of national anguish.

Reaction time: Protesters at Hinkley Point

Nuclear boss wants to cut family fuel aid

Chief of French company poised to build reactors in Britain also argues against European subsidies for renewable energy

EDF subsidy to put UK on nuclear path

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