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Japan Accused of Coercing Fukushima Refugees to Return to Unsafe Homes
Greenpeace charges that pro-nuclear Prime Minister Shinzo Abe cares more about politics than public health
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Your Move, US Congress: EU and UN Back Iran Nuclear Accord
International bodies back diplomatic agreement, agree to lift punishing economic sanctions
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New Report Shatters Myth of 'Nuclear Renaissance'
The report 'demonstrates beyond the shadow of a doubt that renewable energy and energy efficiency are a far sounder investment and a much safer choice,' said Kevin Kamps of Beyond Nuclear.
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High Hopes in Iran as Nuclear Talks Head Into Final Round
A final deal on Iran’s nuclear program wouldn’t only make non-proliferation history. It would also be the beginning of a better life for the Iranian people—or at least that’s what they’re hoping. Iranians, who are keeping a close eye on the talks which will resume Saturday in Vienna amidst the...
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Fukushima Campaign Seeks To Preserve Darkly Ironic Signs Underscoring False Promises of Nuclear Power
In an evacuated town, prominent billboards promote nuclear power. Some people say the municipality should leave them there
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Japanese Nuke Restart Gets Greenlight Despite Safety Concerns of Residents
Sendai nuclear power station is now poised to be first nuclear restart since Fukushima crisis shuttered country's industry
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Failure of Review Conference Brings World Close to Nuclear Cataclysm, Warn Activists
After nearly four weeks of negotiations, the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference ended in a predictable outcome: a text overwhelmingly reflecting the views and interests of the nuclear-armed states and some of their nuclear-dependent allies. “The process to develop the draft...
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Women March for Peace, Reconciliation in Historic Korean Border Crossing
International peace activists travel through heavily fortified Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) from North to South Korea
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A Congress of War or Peace? Diplomacy at Risk with Passage of 'Dangerous' Iran Bill
'This summer, the U.S. Senate will choose between war and peace with Iran'
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Oil Sheen Visible on Hudson River After Fire at NY Nuclear Plant
Latest accident is evidence that "it's time to close Indian Point and move on," says watchdog group
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