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A new administrative report calls for a "thorough review" of all mining bans.
Satellite images show expanding work on a nuclear research site despite Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump’s vow to “work toward” denuclearization.
Virtually every word of Trump’s accusation is a lie.
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Having binge-watched the news coverage of this cycle on MSNBC and CNN for the last 15 months and after reading a host of other web news sources this is my analysis of what happened in two words.
“The regular renewal of sanctions against Russia ... demands the adoption of countermeasures against the U.S. side.”
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The uranium mining industry is certainly aware of these attitudes and it's also aware of a global trend: countries are building
There are no "do-overs" when it comes to nuclear diplomacy. Loose nuclear threats can spark unpredictable reactions, including nuclear buildups on the part of states that feel threatened by them.
Arrests of Armenians who have crossed into neighboring Georgia to try to sell nuclear materials have increased the past two years, with the latest coming just two weeks ago.
It has been amply demonstrated that the use of plutonium as a fuel in nuclear reactors makes no economic sense. It's time to end this costly and pointless industry.
It took millions of years for the Colorado River to form the Grand Canyon, but reckless uranium mining could spoil the area
There are 15,000 abandoned Uranium mines in 14 states in this country. In New Mexico and Arizona, during the 1940s, the government started mining for uranium on the Navajo reservation.
Nigerians want and need a government that effectively represents the majority's interests, but many citizens are understandably disaffected and impoverished.
Transparency and accountability are lacking at India’s largest nuclear park, where a Russian reactor was constructed with faulty parts.