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David Fickling: Just how safe is Fukushima’s ‘contaminated’ water?

More than 12 years after the disaster that closed Japan’s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, the country will soon dispose of one of the most enduring legacies of the disaster.

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Toxic water project sparks controversy with Navajo neighbors

Missed cues grow Native distrust around a New Mexico research project on oil well wastewater.
Supplier of rare earth metals buys mining rights in Greenland

Supplier of rare earth metals buys mining rights in Greenland

Neo Performance Materials of Canada announced a deal to begin mining in Greenland for the metals, which are a key component for electric cars.
IAEA finds normal radioactivity at Chernobyl on disaster’s anniversary

IAEA finds normal radioactivity at Chernobyl on disaster’s anniversary

But in a sign of the nuclear risks of the war in Ukraine, two low-flying missiles that came from the Black Sea flew over the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power complex.
Nuclear power could help Europe cut ties to Russia, but not for years

Nuclear power could help Europe cut ties to Russia, but not for years

The projects, which some European countries are pushing to end their reliance on Russia’s energy, face delays in coming online.
Russian blunders in Chernobyl: 'They came and did whatever they wanted'

Russian blunders in Chernobyl: 'They came and did whatever they wanted'

Tank treads ripped up the toxic soil, bulldozers carved trenches and bunkers, and soldiers spent a month camped in — and dug into — a radioactive forest.
Ukraine: Russian troops took Radioactive 'souvenirs' from Chernobyl, says agency
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Ukraine: Russian troops took Radioactive 'souvenirs' from Chernobyl, says agency

Looted Items likely taken by Russia from Chernobyl could cause radiation burns, sickness, and irreversible processes in the body, a Ukraine agency said.
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