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Deep underground in eastern France, a four-legged bundle of energy named Scar steps gingerly through vast caverns, loaded with sensors for taking measures in places where humans might fear to tread.
BEIJING (Reuters): China and Japan accused each other of inappropriate behaviour after a Chinese government official posted a tweet of an iconic Japanese woodblock print manipulated to show nuclear waste being poured into the sea, launching a new diplomatic spat.
ON APRIL 29, the United States will celebrate the first 100 days of 46th president Joseph Biden. After four years of the chaotic Donald Trump governance, the world is relieved how quickly Biden was able to deliver calm and competent professionalism in tackling the pandemic, economy and setting the tone on foreign affairs.
TOKYO, April 13 (Xinhua) -- The decision announced on Tuesday by the Japanese government to dump Fukushima's contaminated radioactive wastewater into the sea has put humanity's future at risk.
Beijing among several of Japan’s neighbours expressing concern and regret about Tokyo’s announcement it will release contaminated water in 2022United States appears to side with Japan and says it will monitor ‘the effectiveness of this approach’
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A new generation of so-called "advanced" nuclear power reactors that Washington believes could help fight climate change often present greater proliferation risks than conventional nuclear power, a science advocacy group said on Thursday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - When a huge earthquake and tsunami struck Japan on March 11, 2011, devastating towns and triggering nuclear meltdowns in Fukushima, a stunned world watched the chaotic struggle to contain the world's worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.
With the deadline for Germany to completely phase out nuclear power coming next year, the country still has a ways to go to replace the power source.
PARIS, Dec. 8 (Xinhua) -- French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday announced that the country's next generation aircraft carrier will be nuclear-powered, stressing the necessity to maintain a competitive nuclear industry to preserve the country's "status as great power."
BEIJING, Nov 28 (AFP): China has powered up its first domestically developed nuclear reactor -- the Hualong One -- a significant step in Beijing's attempts to become less dependent on Western allies for energy security and critical technology.