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Nuclear chief: IAEA politicizing Iran nuclear work under Israeli pressure
Iran’s nuclear chief slammed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for politicizing the country’s peaceful nuclear program under the Israeli regime’s pressure regardless of Tehran's extensive cooperation with the UN nuclear watchdog.
Iran warns of consequences if resolution passed at IAEA meeting
Russia: Anti-Iran move ‘extremely doubtful’
Germany to reject EU green investment label for nuclear power
Germany will oppose European Union plans to include nuclear energy as a sustainable investment in its "taxonomy" policy for labelling green investments, the government said on Monday.
Terror attacks on nuclear sites behind move of centrifuges: Iran
The relocation of a significant part of centrifuge machines to a safer location was due to a terrorist attack against Iran's Karaj nuclear site, the spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran said.
North Korea’s Kim vows to ‘strengthen’ nuclear arsenal at military parade
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un vowed to strengthen the country’s nuclear weapons programme during a speech at a high-profile military parade in Pyongyang, state media reported Tuesday.
Russia warns of World War III amid Western arms supply to Ukraine
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned about a "real" danger of World War III breaking out as 40 countries prepared to meet in Germany to bolster Ukraine's military.
North Korea tests new weapon bolstering nuclear capability
North Korea test-fired a new type of tactical guided weapon designed to boost its nuclear capability, state media reported Sunday, a day before its chief rivals the United States and South Korea begin annual military drills that the North views as an invasion rehearsal.
Iran unveils nine achievements on Nuclear Technology Day
Iran marked National Nuclear Technology Day during a ceremony held in Tehran on Saturday, where the country’s latest nuclear achievements were unveiled.
Analyst: US would delist IRGC to revive nuclear deal
An agreement to revitalize the 2015 nuclear deal is in limbo as a key sticking point still remains unresolved. Both Iranian and US officials have pointed to the designation of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps as a “terror organization” as the stumbling block in efforts to bring back the JCPOA to life. Tehran wants Washington to take the IRGC off its terror list. Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said on Sunday an agreement is “close” in paused negotiations to restore the 2015 nuclear deal and that the “ball is in US court” to decide. Abdolreza Faraji-Raad, a former Iranian ambassador and an international affairs expert, is optimistic about a final deal and insists that Amir-Abdollahian and Iran’s negotiating team should be supported at home.
UK may build seven nuclear plants by 2050: Minister
Britain could build up to seven new nuclear power plants by 2050, as well as boost offshore wind to diversify energy sources, a senior minister said Sunday.
Israeli sabotage foiled at Fordo nuclear facility
Iran arrested several members of a spy network linked to Israel, foiling its attempt to sabotage a key nuclear facility.
France's EDF warns on outlook blaming price caps, lower nuclear output
French power utility EDF on Monday again warned on its 2022 profit outlook, saying it could miss its financial targets because it was required to sell power at below-market prices and due to lower nuclear output.
Belgian Greens make U-turn to consider nuclear plants extension
Belgium should keep an open mind about extending the life-span of its remaining nuclear power plants, the country's Green energy minister said on Monday.

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