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Jimmy Choo steps up for £1bn float

Iran’s nuclear ambitions: Israel will not wait until it’s too late, warns Benjamin Netanyahu

Israel's prime minister told the US television network CBS that Iran is getting “closer and closer to the bomb”

Chinese plans for $6bn nuclear plant blocked by protesters

Government says it will ‘respect public opinion’ and scrap the proposed uranium-enrichment facility

Masao Yoshida, a heavy smoker, had oesophageal cancer

Japanese ‘hero’ who saved Fukushima plant from total meltdown dies of cancer

Yoshida was widely praised for staying in post and limiting the impact of the nuclear disaster

ElBaradei: lacks political experience

Mohamed ElBaradei: 'Egypt is a wreck just waiting to happen'

His critics say he lacks the political experience to lead Egypt, so 71-year-old Mohamed ElBaradei will need to draw on a past of international diplomacy, largely made up of advising the UN on nuclear weapons.

Morsi supporters yesterday at the funeral of seven people killed in the clashes

Egypt's new regime born in chaos as violence spreads

Interim president to be new PM but Muslim opposition puts appointment in doubt

Tepco head Naomi Hirose, left, with a local mayor yesterday

Japan's nuclear boss apologises for 'sloppy decisions'

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

Jim Armitage: Politicians put all eggs in one basket on energy

It's really little wonder fracking is such a big deal for our political leaders. Because they some years ago bet our energy future on the hissing stuff when deciding on the next generation of electricity power stations.

Parents are not as good as professional driving instructors

Learn to drive with your parents and be driven crazy

Half of the teenagers polled were worried about being shouted at

The CNC recently stepped up the number of officers guarding the Sellafield plant in Cumbria

Safety fears over elite police officers drunk on duty at UK’s nuclear sites

Police officers with the elite force that guards Britain’s nuclear power stations have been caught drunk, using drugs, misusing firearms and also accused of sexual harassment and assault.

Barack Obama waves to crowds at the Brandenburg Gate yesterday, watched by Chancellor Angela Merkel and the Mayor of Berlin, Klaus Wowereit

'Climate change is the threat of our time': President Obama pledges to cut nuclear weapons and a greener world in Berlin speech

US President’s address at historic Berlin landmark fails to impress Republicans and some in his audience

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

Japan finalises new nuclear safety regulations

Nuclear power plants plan to reopen by the end of year

Donald Macintyre's Sketch: If Syria was on everyone’s mind, why was no one talking about it?

The Commons chamber was visited with a  welcome onset of  grown-upness on Iran

Hassan Rouhani has given his first news conference since being declared as Iran's new President-elect

No change on Iran's uranium enrichment and nuclear programme, says President-elect Hassan Rouhani

Hassan Rouhani has given his first news conference since being declared as Iran’s new President-elect, vowing to continue to enrich uranium and so putting him on a collision course with Western powers.

Pay crackdown could see EDF drawn into summer of strikes

The French energy giant EDF is set for a showdown with British unions over pay for more than 5,000 workers at its money-spinning power stations, in a dispute that could lead to strikes.

Iranian men cast their ballots during presidential elections at a polling station in Qom, 125 kilometers (78 miles) south of the capital Tehran, Iran

Iran chooses replacement for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: Ayatollah Ali Khamenei casts his vote, telling the US 'The hell with you'

Nation chooses between six candidates amid tight regulations and stringent controls on international arbiters and journalists

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