The Sydney Morning Herald is questioning Australia's decision to sell uranium to the United Arab Emirates, given its record on democracy and because of its political volatility.
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Nuclear Street reported on a new documentary by Robert Stone that has raised contentious questions among environmentalists.
CNBC reported that the erosion of the yen may force Japan back towards nuclear power as other energy is becoming prohibitively expensive for them.
Reuters reported that representatives from the EU are scheduled to meet with representatives from Iran to talk and negotiate on Iran's controversial nuclear program on May 15.
ineweb reported that uranium might be on the cusp of another boom, fuelled in part by a growing global need to seek cost-efficient, environmentally conscious power alternatives.
Reuters reported that Iran’s president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad visited uranium-producing Niger on Monday as part of its aim to deepen its ties with Africa.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported that the Energy Resources of Australia (ERA) said that an approval to construct an underground uranium mine at its Ranger mine in Kakadu National Park will re-establish itself as one of the premier producers of uranium.
Arrangement for Nuclear Cooperation between India’s Department of Atomic Energy and the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, putting the industry a step closer to trading with India.
Reuters reported that operation has started at 2 uranium mines and milling plant in Iran, just days after inconclusive talks with six world powers ended.
Mining Weekly reported that Uranium One announced the appointment of Grier Colter as its new executive vice president and chief financial officer, and will take the place of Graham du Preez.