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Articles with tag "Nuclear power"
Russia Produces First Poseidon Super Torpedoes – Report
Russia has produced the first set of Poseidon nuclear-capable super torpedoes, state-run news agency TASS reported on Monday, citing an unidentified source...
Bulgaria Signs Deal to End Reliance on Russian Nuclear Fuel Deliveries
Bulgaria's sole nuclear power plant signed a nuclear fuel supply deal with a French firm on Friday in an effort to end its reliance on deliveries from...
Putin Oversees Launch of New Russian Submarine and Warships
President Vladimir Putin on Thursday oversaw the commissioning of several new warships and a nuclear-powered submarine as he vowed to further strengthen...
Kyrgyzstan Mulls Building Nuclear Plant With Russian Help
Kyrgyzstan announced on Wednesday that it was looking into the possibility of building its first nuclear power plant, with Russian help, to tackle frequent...
Europe Should Sanction Russia’s Nuclear Industry – Now
The Russian nuclear industry has once again managed to avoid inclusion in the latest round of EU sanctions – the eighth in a row to skirt this vital...
Putin Decrees Russia Takeover of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered his government to take over operations at Europe's largest nuclear power station in the Russia-annexed...
Kyiv Accuses Russia of Strike on Southern Nuclear Plant
Ukraine's nuclear energy agency Energoatom on Monday accused Moscow's troops of an attack on the country's second-largest nuclear plant in the south. The...
UN Watchdog Urges Security Zone at Ukraine Nuclear Plant
At the United Nations, Russia said it regretted that the report did not blame Ukraine for the attacks.
Russia, Ukraine Spar at UN Over Nuclear Plant Dangers
Russia called the meeting at the UN Security Council amid fears that a damaged reactor could leak radiation across the region.
playing with fire
Explainer: What’s the Risk of Disaster at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant?
Increasing military activity in the area poses dangers not only for critical infrastructure, but also nuclear waste stored at the site.
threatening the west
Ex-President Medvedev Warns of 'Possible' Incidents at EU Nuclear Facilities
“What can one say… Don’t forget that there are nuclear sites in the European Union, too,” he wrote on Telegram.
Russia, Ukraine Trade Barbs Over Europe’s Largest Nuclear Plant
Ukraine dismissed a suggestion by Russia's deputy prime minister that the Zaporizhzhia power station provide electricity to Russia.
Chernobyl Power Cut, Transmission Lost at Europe's Largest Atomic Plant — IAEA
Ukrenergo said military operations meant "there is no possibility to restore the lines" at Chernobyl and there was also no power to the site's security...
IAEA Says Loses Contact With Chernobyl Nuclear Data Systems
The defunct plant sits inside an exclusion zone that houses decommissioned reactors as well as radioactive waste facilities.
IAEA Reports Second Ukraine Nuclear Facility Damaged
The IAEA has urged Moscow and Kyiv to agree on a plan to safeguard nuclear facilities.
Russian Forces Seize Ukraine Nuclear Plant
The power station is located in southern Ukraine on the Dnipro river and produces a fifth of Ukraine'e electricity.
World’s Only Nuclear-Powered Civilian Ship Gears Up for Russian Antarctic Voyage
The Sevmorput will sail to Antarctica later this year, carrying construction materials destined for the Vostok research station.
Russia's Rosatom Sees Foreign Revenues, New Products Fuelling Rapid Growth
The state nuclear company aims to triple its revenues through new projects.
Russia’s Nuclear Power Exports Are Booming
Rosatom has been using nuclear power plants as a way of cementing ties with its fellow emerging markets.
Russia Ready To Take Part in Bulgaria's Belene Nuclear Power Plant, Medvedev Says
"We have the opportunity to implement this project, no less than other countries," Medvedev says.
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