Published: Jan 21, 2022
Some former residents have begun “preparatory stays” in Futaba, Fukushima Prefecture, staying overnight for the first time since the 2011 nuclear disaster, as part of preparations to return there permanently.
Published: Dec 23, 2021
BEIJING – China is seriously concerned about and firmly opposes Japans unilateral decision to discharge the nuclear-contaminated water into the sea and its proceeding with the preparatory work, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Wednesday.
Published: Dec 18, 2021
VIENNA - The latest round of nuclear talks between world powers and Iran adjourned here on Friday after what a senior State Department official said was a two-week session that was "better than it might have been" but "worse than it should have been."
Published: Dec 08, 2021
President Joe Biden "voiced the deep concerns" of the United States and its European allies about "Russias escalation of forces surrounding Ukraine and made clear that the U.S. and our Allies would respond with strong economic and other measures in the event of military escalation," the White House said.
Published: Nov 06, 2021
Sunao Tsuboi, an engineering student at the university in Hiroshima, was making his way across the citys Miyuki Bridge en route to a morning class when, in a sudden, terrifying moment on Aug. 6, 1945, blazing light flooded his surroundings.
Published: Nov 03, 2021
The American nuclear submarine damaged last month in the South China Sea hit an uncharted seamount, USNI News reported, an explanation that would ease concerns that it had collided with a foreign vessel in the contested waterway.
Published: Sep 21, 2021
North Korea on Monday condemned a new defense pact by the United States, Australia and Britain, and a plan to share nuclear submarine technology with Australia, saying the deal could trigger a nuclear arms race and upset the balance in the Asia-Pacific region.