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  1. Public to get new $83-billion bill for Fukushima, reactor expenses via The Asahi Shimbun September 23, 2016

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  2. Can Reusing Spent Nuclear Fuel Solve Our Energy Problems? via National Geographic September 21, 2016

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  3. Risk of another Chernobyl or Fukushima type accident plausible, experts say via Science Daily September 20, 2016

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  4. Hanford whistleblowers awarded $216,000 in back pay, compensation via Tri-City Herald September 20, 2016

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  5. The legacy of a nuclear power plant via Make Wealth History September 19, 2016

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  6. Hinkley must not be taken as a precedent for other nuclear stations via The Guardian September 18, 2016

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  7. The Myth of the Nuclear Renaissance via U.S. News September 18, 2016

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  8. Hitachi Keeps Faith in U.K. Nuclear Plan as Green Costs Drop via Bloomberg September 16, 2016

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  9. Why Britain is building, with China’s help, a new nuclear power plant via The Christian Science Monitor September 15, 2016

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  10. The Towns That Say “Yes in my Backyard!” to Nuclear Waste⁠⁠⁠ via Priceonomics September 14, 2016

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  11. South Korea’s biggest earthquake triggers nuclear safety concerns via Reuters September 14, 2016

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  12. TEPCO switched off alarms at Fukushima No. 2 plant years ago via The Asahi Shimbun September 13, 2016

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  13. How Japan’s Nuclear Disaster Still Haunts South Korea’s Biggest City via Huffington Post September 9, 2016

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  14. Abe’s Fukushima ‘under control’ pledge to secure Olympics was a lie: former PM via Reuters September 7, 2016

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  15. “We need to recognize this hopeless sight…. To recognize that this horrible crime is what our country is doing to us”: Interview with Mutō Ruiko via the Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus September 6, 2016

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  16. Monju and the nuclear fuel cycle via The Japan Times September 4, 2016

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  17. IAEA sees Asia as driver of nuclear energy via World Nuclear News September 3, 2016

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  18. Standing up at Standing Rock via The Bullet August 31, 2016

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  19. DOE sees potential of nuclear energy via The Manila Times August 30, 2016

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  20. More problems uncovered at nuclear fuel plant near Columbia via The State August 27, 2016

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  21. Anti-nuclear governor in Japan asks Kyushu Electric to suspend nuke plant via Reuters August 26, 2016

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  22. Various Artists Atomic Bomb Compilation Vol. 4 via PitchFork August 25, 2016

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  23. Nuclear power plant? Or storage dump for hot radioactive waste? via Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists August 19, 2016

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  24. CNSC review dismissing nuclear-safety concerns called a ‘sham’ via The Globe and Mail August 19, 2016

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  25. The First Nuclear Power Plant in Belarus Is a Dangerous Fiasco via GIZMODO August 19, 2016

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  26. Former town mayor recalls town referendum that booted plans for nuclear plant via the Japan Times August 18, 2016

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  27. Nuclear regulators keep ban on Monju reactor via NHK World August 18, 2016

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  28. ‘Minor’ radiation leak in FitzPatrick nuclear plant has gone unfixed for 4 years via Syracuse.com August 17, 2016

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  29. Japan reactor restarts, despite protests, boosting Tokyo’s nuclear push via ABC August 12, 2016

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  30. Fallout over drone crash at Koeberg via IOL August 11, 2016

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  31. Yamaguchi Prefecture renews license for new nuclear plant project via The Japan Times August 3, 2016

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  32. Ukraine Resumes Payments to Russia for Reprocessing Used Nuclear Fuel via Sputnik August 3, 2016

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  33. New York State Aiding Nuclear Plants With Millions in Subsidies via The New York Times August 2, 2016

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  34. Can America’s First Floating Wind Farm Shake Off Environmental Concerns? via The Guardian August 1, 2016

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  35. The coast isn’t clear for India’s nuclear power quest via The Hindu July 31, 2016

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  36. New Kagoshima governor to request halt of reactors via Japan Today July 29, 2016

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  37. Nuclear Energy In Kenya – Is Kenya Biting More Than She Can Swallow? via Boell July 27, 2016

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  38. The Myth of the Nuclear Renaissance The game is already over for nuclear energy via U.S.News July 26, 2016

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  39. New York Times Shills For Moribund Nuclear Power, Disses Renewables Revolution via Climate Progress July 25, 2016

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  40. South Korea to pick spent nuclear fuel site by 2028, eyes overseas storage via Reuters July 25, 2016

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  41. Focus: Why San Onofre’s nuclear waste stays on the beach via The San Diego Union Tribune July 22, 2016

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  42. Japan business lobby says Abe govt can’t rely on nuclear energy via Reuters July 22, 2016

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  43. Nuclear waste: keep out for 100,000 years via Financial Times July 18, 2016

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  44. Nuclear power suspended after Tokyo earthquake via NewsHub July 17, 2016

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  45. THE ATOM: A LOVE AFFAIR – help us finish the film via IndieGOGO July 15, 2016

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  46. Could Mumbai Be The Next Fukushima? Amitav Ghosh Thinks It’s Possible via The Huffington Post July 15, 2016

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  47. Petition could shut down Richland nuclear power plant via Tri-City Herald July 14, 2016

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  48. ‘Nuclear is an unsafe bridge to clean energy and one not worth the risk’ (Your letters) via Syracuse July 14, 2016

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  49. New nuclear reactor builds fall to zero in H1 2016: report via Reuters July 13, 2016

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  50. Lithuanian conservatives collect almost 65,000 signatures against Astravyets N-plant via The Baltic Times July 12, 2016

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  51. Court again nixes appeal to restart 2 Takahama nuclear reactors via The Mainichi July 12, 2016

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  52. Kyushu Elec. Falls After Vote Puts Reactor Operations in Doubt via Bloomberg July 11, 2016

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  53. Germany may not see proper nuclear waste storage for decades via DW July 6, 2016

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  54. ‘Threat of 2nd Chernobyl’: Kiev’s new nuclear project puts Europe at risk, Greens warn via RT July 6, 2016

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  55. A New Wave Against the Rock: New social movements in Japan since the Fukushima nuclear meltdown via The Asia-Pacific Journal July 5, 2016

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  56. California’s Last Nuclear Power Plant To Be Shut Down via National Public Radio June 21, 2016

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  57. Scientists Use Iceland’s Volcanic Rock to Turn CO2 Into Stone via BBC June 10, 2016

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  58. Does the World Need a Nuclear Renaissance? via NRDC June 8, 2016

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  59. The lonely struggle of India’s anti-nuclear protesters via The Guardian June 6, 2016

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  60. Russia and Myanmar to establish working body for nuclear technology via Myanmar Times June 6, 2016

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  61. Japan’s Monju reactor a costly hot potato no one wants to handle via The Japan Times June 5, 2016

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  62. The City Council resolution calls for considering replacing Northwest nuclear power with other sources of carbon-free emissions via the Seattle Times June 1, 2016

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  63. Nuclear? Not with my tax money! via WeMove.eu June 1, 2016

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  64. Germany to store atomic waste at Danish border via CPH May 31, 2016

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  65. Japan to cut emphasis on nuclear in next energy plan: sources via DW May 27, 2016

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  66. Low-level nuclear waste to be buried 70 meters underground: NRA via Mainichi May 26, 2016

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  67. After fuel blockade, French unions threaten nuclear plant walkouts over labour reform via France24 May 25, 2016

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  68. U.S. would back a rethink of Japan’s plutonium recycling program: White House via The Japan Times May 22, 2016

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  69. How US Creates Safety Risks for Nuclear Power Plants in Europe via Sputnik May 21, 2016

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  70. Wylfa Newydd nuclear plant to be built by US-Japanese consortium via Daily Post May 20, 2016

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  71. An atomic dilemma All latest updates Should Israel close its ageing nuclear reactor? via The Economist May 19, 2016

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  72. Residents to file petition for Ikata plant injunction following Kumamoto quake via The Mainichi May 18, 2016

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  73. European Union to pass strategy paper on nuclear energy via DW May 17, 2016

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  74. The United States’ newest nuclear power plant has taken 43 years to build via Quartz May 13, 2016

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  75. Japan and South Korea May Soon Go Nuclear via The Wall Street Journal May 9, 2016

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  76. Is This the 4th Recent Nuclear Disaster to Strike the U.S.? via Natural Blaze May 7, 2016

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  77. Mothers for Nuclear: New group tries to keep Diablo Canyon open via SFGate May 7, 2016

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  78. Field Notes from a Nuclear Nerd via Toxic News May 5, 2016

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  79. Anti- Metsamor NPP campaign launched in Azerbaijan via AzVision May 5, 2016

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  80. Germany gives ex-PM Kan award for efforts to phase out nuclear power in Japan via Japan Today May 1, 2016

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  81. Shut Dimona nuclear reactor, urges founding scientist via The Times of Israel May 1, 2016

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  82. Belgium rejects German call for nuclear plants closure via The Guardian April 27, 2016

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  83. Nuclear regulator accepts that fault below Ishikawa reactor is active via The Mainichi April 27, 2016

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  84. Costing Earth: After Chernobyl via BBC4 April 26, 2016

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  85. China mulls deploying floating nuclear power platform in South China Sea: Report via the Economic Times April 22, 2016

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  86. Massive nuclear plant plan near Everglades delayed by court via Florida Politics April 21, 2016

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  87. Despite assurances, quakes prompt calls to switch off Japan’s nuclear reactors via The Japan Times April 19, 2016

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  88. Nuclear regulator sees no need to halt reactors despite quake concerns via The Mainichi April 18, 2016

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  89. Japan’s CO2 emissions fall to three-year low in 2014/15 fiscal year via Yahoo News April 17, 2016

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  90. Writers urge Kyushu Electric to shut down nuclear plant via The Asahi Shimbun April 17, 2016

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  91. 30 years on, Chernobyl worker remembers the aftermath via The Sun Daily April 17, 2016

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  92. Disasters waiting to happen: 8 most dangerous nuclear plants near earthquake fault lines via RT April 16, 2016

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  93. Magnitude 6 quake hits south Japan, utilities checking nuke plants via Reuters April 14, 2016

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  94. Does Nuclear Power Have a Future in America? via NRDC April 10, 2016

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  95. Media And Progressives Turn On Bernie Over Nuclear Power via The Libertarian Republic April 9, 2016

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  96. Europe faces €253bn nuclear waste bill via The Guardian April 9, 2016

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  97. ‘We have a chance to show the truth’: into the heart of Chernobyl via The Guardian April 9, 2016

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  98. Finnish Nuclear Power Plant Reactor Shut Down After Radioactive Leak via Sputnik April 9, 2016

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  99. Atomkraftwerke in Europa Die gefährlichsten Akws in Europa via Der Tagesspiegel April 8, 2016

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  100. Future of former Spanish nuclear site remains unclear via EurActive April 7, 2016

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