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As Threat of Nuclear War Grows, Public’s Attention Turns to Justin Bieber

Kit Daniels | Public’s preoccupation with Bieber’s personal life highlights decline of Western society.

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Muslim Engineer Banned From Working At Nuclear Sites In France

A French court has upheld the decision to prohibit a 29-year-old Muslim engineer from working at nuclear test sites because of his alleged links to a jihadist terrorist group, officials say. However, the unnamed man’s lawyer, Sefen Guez Guez, told Agence France-Presse that the court’s decision on Monday was a result of “Islamophobia” and that “[t]here is no proof of these supposed links.”

The engineer, who has no criminal history, was employed by a firm subcontracted by French energy company EDF and worked throughout 2012 and 2013 at the Nogent-sur-Seine nuclear power station near Paris. In March 2014, however, his access to the nuclear site was revoked without explanation after regional police conducted an investigation on the man, according to Radio France International.

In June, the access ban was successfully appealed, with the judge stating that he had “serious doubts about the legality of the decision” and noting that “neither the regional police chief, nor the EDF has clarified the characteristics justifying the access ban,” according to RFI.

But when the man returned to work in July, the power station’s management refused him access once again, prompting Guez Guez to launch a second, ultimately unsuccessful, appeal.

“My client worked freely in French nuclear power stations for three years,” Guez Guez, who also works with France’s Anti-Islamophobia Collective, told news outlet France 24. “The question now is what changed? Overnight, he became a suspect person and no one has any idea why. That’s what we’re trying to get to the bottom of.”

“He’s been sidelined for no reason,” Guez Guez also told France 24. “It’s like Guantanamo. How can an employee in France be forbidden from doing his work without being able to defend himself and not even knowing what he has supposed to have done wrong?”

France, home to the largest Muslim population in western Europe, has raised its own worries about “radicalized young people leaving the country to fight in Iraq and Syria, and who could pose a risk to domestic security on their return,” per AFP. The country’s interior minister, Manuel Valls, has called the situation “a ticking time bomb.”

Read The Full Article Here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/02/muslim-engineer-france-nuclear-site-ban_n_5752604.html?utm_hp_ref=world&ir=WorldPost

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Fukushima forecast used by gov’t shows nuclear waste crossing ocean in single massive cluster — “Maximum concentration propagates eastward in Pacific toward U.S.” — Highest levels worldwide remain along coast of N. America through 2026 (VIDEO)

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AP Interview: Iran Says It Disrupts Nuclear Plots

AP Interview: Iran says it disrupts plots by foreign spies to damage its nuclear program

Read The Full Article Here: http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/ap-interview-iran-disrupts-nuclear-plots-25212796

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Design completed for prototype fast reactor

BREST 300 - 48Russian power engineering R&D institute NIKIET has completed the engineering design for the BREST-300 lead-cooled fast reactor.

Read The Full Article Here: http://www.world-nuclear-news.org/NN-Design-completed-for-prototype-fast-reactor-0209147.html

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VIDEO: Wreckage crashes into nuclear fuel rods at Fukushima Unit 3 — Officials not reporting if damaged, but “will continue monitoring regularly” — Cooling in pool interrupted

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Japan and India Report Progress on Nuclear Power Trade Negotiations

The prime ministers of India and Japan had few breakthroughs to announce on trade in civilian nuclear power technology following a summit Monday, but they signaled the countries are moving closer to an agreement. With plans to supply a quarter of its power from reactors by 2050, India represents one…(read more)

Read The Full Article Here: http://nuclearstreet.com/nuclear_power_industry_news/b/nuclear_power_news/archive/2014/09/02/japan-and-india-report-progress-on-nuclear-power-trade-negotiations-080202.aspx

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Romania, China to Sign Civilian Nuclear Agreement

China and Romania further deepened their ties in the nuclear power sector this week. Romania Insider reported Monday that officials from both countries soon planned to sign an intergovernmental agreement on the peaceful use of nuclear energy. The pact comes as Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta visited…(read more)

Read The Full Article Here: http://nuclearstreet.com/nuclear_power_industry_news/b/nuclear_power_news/archive/2014/09/02/romania_2C00_-china-to-sign-civilian-nuclear-agreement-080201.aspx

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15 BILLION Bq Tritium Flowing Into Pacific Every Day

- 15 Billion Bq of Tritium flows to the Pacific every single day / Tepco under-reported 1/15 at press conference (Fukushima Diary, Aug 31, 2014): Following up this article.. 5 Billion Bq of Strontium-90 flows to the sea every single day [URL] 15 Billion Bq of Tritium flows from Fukushima plant area to the sea every […]

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Fukushima Governor Okays Nuke Waste Storages In Return For Almost $3 BILLION In Subsidies

- Fukushima okays nuke waste storages in return for almost $3bn in subsidies (RT, Aug 31, 2014): Fukushima’s governor has officially agreed to allow the country’s authorities to store radioactive waste for 30 years in two municipalities in exchange for 300 billion yen ($2.89 billion) in subsidies. “It’s a difficult decision, but I want to […]

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