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US Steps Up Sanctions on Iran's Nuke Program

September 30, 2014

IN THIS ISSUE: US steps up sanctions on Iran's nuke program, Iran's UN demand emerges as hitch in nuclear talks, Congress pushes nuclear expansion, French-Russian warship deal, Turkey, Russia nuclear deal remains intact, despite political differences, Tokai reprocessing plant to shut.Read more ►

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  • September 25, 2014 Edition
    Iran Used Military Base to Secretly Test Nuclear Detonation Technology, Israel Says

    IN THIS ISSUE: Israel says Iran tested nuclear detonation technology, obstacles to Iran deal remain, Walesa: Poland needs nuclear arms to ward off Russia, Minuteman 3 test missile launches from California, N. Korea may launch missile from sub, US holds the key to India's civil nuclear programme.

  • September 23, 2014 Edition
    U.S. Ramping Up Major Renewal in Nuclear Arms

    IN THIS ISSUE: US ramps up major renewal in nuclear arms, U.S. hopes face-saving plan offers path to Iran nuclear pact, Iran: no agreement on centrifuges, Pakistan eyeing sea-based nuclear weapons, Rogozin: Russia to fully renew strategic nuclear arsenal by 2020, Japan's nuclear power push plan B.

  • September 18, 2014 Edition
    Why Do We Need 'Hypersonic' Strike Weapons, Exactly?

    IN THIS ISSUE: Why Do We Need 'hypersonic' weapons?, Russia and West at odds over Syria, Defense Ministry mulls SM-3 interceptor missiles, Japan's plutonium stockpile jumped to 47 tons in 2013, India to deploy defence against mallistic missiles by 2016, India, China to talk nuclear cooperation.

  • September 16, 2014 Edition
    Iranian Negotiator Sees Attainment of Final Nuclear Deal in New York as "Unlikely"

    IN THIS ISSUE: Iranian negotiator sees final nuclear deal in New York as "unlikely," British nukes and Scotland vote, Russia dissatisfied with talks over INF Treaty, N. Korea's cyber capabilities, federal study: US nuke labs unprepared for catastrophe, two nuclear reactors to be built in UAE.

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