At the end of January, Israeli intelligence officials quietly indicated that they have downgraded their assessments of Iran's ability to build a nuclear bomb. This is surprising because less than six months ago, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned from the tribune of the United Nations that the Iranian nuclear D-Day might come as early as 2013. Now, Israel believes that Iran will not have its first nuclear device before 2015 or 2016.
UPDATED Areva has confirmed that 15 people were injured in a terrorist attack at its Somair uranium mine in Niger, one of which later died the same day. The site was the target of one of two simultaneous attacks in the north-west of the country.
Finland's energy policy framework - including the expanded use of nuclear energy - paves the way for a more sustainable energy system in the longer term, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
IAEA representatives participated in the Sixty-Sixth World Health Assembly (WHA) at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva to promote international efforts to address the growing challenge of non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
A demonstration of the capabilities of an unmanned aerial vehicle, or drone, was held at IAEA headquarters in Vienna as part of a consultant’s meeting to use such a system in rapid environmental monitoring.
Nuclear Safety in Europe / Second Regulatory Conference
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