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Nuclear Waste Management Conference WM2015 in Phoenix, Arizona March 15–19, 2015
The 41st annual Nuclear Waste Management (WM) Conference presented by WM Symposia (WMS) attracts thousands of registrants from around the world.

Iran will be able to nuke weapon within four months: Experts
Iran is producing enriched uranium at faster speed, and could produce enough fissile material needed for a nuclear weapon within four months, experts have claimed.

Iran urges its nuclear right be recognized during Moscow talks
Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili said Tehran expects that its right to nuclear technology, including uranium enrichment, be recognized during the upcoming talks with the world powers in the Russian capital of Moscow, the Press TV reported on Saturday.

IAEA 'fails' to reach deal on probing Iranian nuclear sites
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has said that it had failed to reach an agreement with Iran on gaining access to suspected atomic research sites.

Satellite photos indicate Iran's 'cleanup' of alleged nuclear site
New satellite photographs published by a US-based think tank appear to indicate attempts by Iran to clean up a military site south of Tehran suspected of being used for nuclear-weapons research.

IAEA's insistence on Parchin visit due to international pressure: Iranian atomic chief
Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Fereidoon Abbasi said that the insistence of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on visiting Iran's military site of Parchin is due to the pressure mounted by " certain countries," Iran's Press TV reported on Saturday.

UN chief welcomes talks on Iran nuclear program
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed the recent talks between Iran and six powers on Iran's nuclear program, UN spokesman Martin Nesirky said here Friday.

U.S. reacts cautiously to traces of Iran's high-grade uranium
The United States on Friday reacted cautiously to a report by the UN nuclear watchdog which cited traces of higher-than-expected purity of enriched uranium in Iran's nuclear site.

Iran offers access to nuke sites as world powers meet for Baghdad talks
Iran has in principle has agreed to allow International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors access to sites in the country suspected of harbouring tests related to nuclear weapons.

US 'ready' with plans to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons
U.S. Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro has said Washington is ready to activate measures to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons.

Experts warns of suspected Iran's clean-up operation at nuclear site
Experts have warned that Iran has allegedly carried out a clean-up drive at a building suspected of being used for experimenting nuclear weapons at the Parchin site outside Tehran.

Washington Communique to be used to ensure global nuke security cooperation
Leaders attending the second nuclear security summit in South Korean capital Seoul on Tuesday said that they would be guided by the 2010 Washington Communiqu‚ and Work Plan in strengthening regional and international cooperation in achieving nuclear security objectives.

China determined to drive forward 'Six-Party Talks'
China has asked pertinent parties to put together astuteness, and make joint efforts for an early recommencement of the Six-Party Talks, intended at appropriately solving the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula.

US expresses 'guarded optimism' over North Korea nuclear moratorium decision
The United States has expressed guarded optimism over an agreement with North Korea on freezing the country's nuclear weapons program in return for desperately needed food aid.

KFC opens first Iranian branch in 30 years
American fast food chain restaurant Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) has opened its first branch in Iran despite harsh US sanctions against Tehran over its nuclear programs.

Iran warns 'attack on nuke facilities would lead to collapse of Israel'
A senior Iranian official has warned Israel against launching an attack on its nuclear facilities in the wake of rising international tension over Tehran's uranium enrichment programme.

India asks Iran to cooperate with IAEA
India has asked Iran to cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to restore the international community's confidence that its nuclear programme is peaceful in nature.

Kudankulam row: 'There may be misunderstanding', says Kalam
With Sri Lanka voicing concern over the possible impact of radiation from the Kudankulam nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu in case of an accident, former Indian President and eminent nuclear scientist Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam said here today that there was no need for concern, adding that there may be a misunderstanding.

Karunanidhi slams Sri Lanka for raising doubts over nuke power plant
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) chief M. Karunanidhi on Tuesday slammed the Sri Lankan government for raising doubts over the release of harmful radiations from Kudankulam nuclear power plant.

Nuclear power plants could take us one step closer to 'hydrogen economy'
The technology for enabling a "hydrogen economy" could begin commercial production of hydrogen in this decade, says a scientist.

Talvivaara Uranium Permitting Update: licence granted by Finnish Government to extract Uranium as a by-product
Stock exchange releaseTalvivaara Mining Company Plc.1 March 2012

IAEA conveys 'grave concern' to Japan over not being informed about nuke waste
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has expressed its grave concern to Japan over not being informed about the presence of nuclear waste near domestic facilities.he IAEA has made a rare request to examine Japan's nuclear waste that is usually not subject to its scrutiny.

Fukushima nuclear disaster cleanup won't begin until March 2012: Japan
Japan has said that efforts to decontaminate areas polluted by radioactive matter from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster cannot begin until late March or later.

Iran Revolutionary Guards raise alertness level amid fears of West military strike
Iran's Revolutionary Guards have been put on war footing amid fears of a military strike by Western nations to cripple the regime's nuclear programme.

Iran threatens to bomb Turkey if US or Israel attack its nuke facilities
A senior Iranian military commander has said his nation would target Turkey if US or Israel tries to attack its nuclear installations.

ElBaradei offers to lead Egyptian coalition over protests against new interim head
Former International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Mohamed ElBaradei has said he would abandon his presidential bid if he was needed to lead an interim government "so as to be completely neutral in the interim period".

US planning to slap new sanctions on Iran's petrochemical industry
The United States is reportedly is planning a new round of sanctions against Iran, which would be aimed at preventing foreign investment in the Islamic regime's petrochemical sector.

IAEA voices 'deep concern' over Iran's nuclear programme
The United Nation's nuclear watchdog International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has passed a resolution expressing "deep and increasing concern" about Iran's nuclear ambitions.

Iran to review cooperation with IAEA after 'hostile' nuclear report
Iran plans to review its future cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), in the wake of a recent 'hostile' nuclear report against Tehran.

Google releases satellite images of Iranian facilities being used to develop nuke weapons
Search giant Google has released satellite images of facilities at two Iranian cities that the UN claims may be used to develop nuclear weapons.

Infocast's Nuclear Safety Post-Fukushima Summit Debuts
Infocast will hold the Nuclear Safety Post-Fukushima Summit at the Renaissance Dupont Circle Hotel in Washington, D.C., on December 5-7, 2011. The Japanese earthquake and subsequent tsunami triggered a worldwide examination of safety regulations and operating procedures for all nuclear power plants

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