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  • Report: Japan, utility at fault for response to nuclear disaster

     
    Japan's response to the crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant was flawed by poor communication and delays in releasing data on dangerous radiation leaks, a government-appointed investigative panel has found....
  • Clinton assails Iran's nuclear enrichment program

     
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has condemned Iran’s decision to begin uranium enrichment at a covertly built underground bunker near Qom, Iran, saying it brought Tehran “a significant step closer” to gaining the ability to...
  • U.S., Israel postpone military exercise amid tension with Iran

     
    The United States and Israel agreed to postpone a large joint military exercise this spring until late in the year to avoid aggravating an already tense regional situation driven by conflicts with Iran, Israeli media reported Sunday....
  • North Korea nuclear deal tied to food aid

     
    North Korea’s willingness to readmit nuclear weapons inspectors and suspend key parts of its weapons program is linked to a condition the U.S. has long-insisted should not be part of any nuclear talks: providing the North Koreans with desperately...
  • Iran continues defiance over nuclear program, U.N. agency reports

     
    Iran is continuing to defy the international community by refusing to answer key questions about its nuclear program, the U.N.’s nuclear watchdog agency declared in a report issued Friday....
  • U.N. reports seven peacekeepers killed in Ivory Coast attack

     
    Seven U.N. peacekeeping troops from the African nation of Niger were killed in an attack while on patrol in southwestern Ivory Coast, a U.N. spokeswoman said Friday....
  • Iranian official suggests 'saboteurs' in U.N. nuclear agency

     
    The Iranian nuclear agency chief said explosive blasts cut off power to an underground nuclear facility in August, publicly making suggesations of sabotage before the country headed into a meeting with world powers over its disputed nuclear program....
  • How close is Iran to getting a nuclear weapon?

     
    Debate is swirling about how to stop Iran from getting a nuclear weapon, should it take the decision to develop one. In the United States, Republicans argue that President Obama is doing too little to confront Tehran, despite his pledge to use military...
  • Possible new economic sanctions aimed at Iran

     
    U.S. lawmakers are seeking to pile additional economic sanctions on Iran to force it to negotiate limits on its nuclear program, which many countries fear is aimed at developing a nuclear bomb....
  • Iran may be 'cleansing' suspected nuclear site, analysis says

     
    A flurry of recent activity at an Iranian military compound, spotted on commercial satellite photos, raises concern that Iran may be “cleansing” a building before nuclear inspectors can examine it, according to an analysis by a Washington-...
  • U.N. nuclear chief headed to Iran, inspection deal in the works

     
    The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency heads to Iran on Sunday for high-level meetings ahead of next week's gathering in Baghdad of world powers hoping to persuade Tehran to reopen its nuclear program to outside inspection....