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January 26, 2010
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  • Ahmadinejad Hints Iran Resolved to Make 20 Pct Nuclear Fuel
    Agence France-Presse
  • S.Korea President Offers Nuclear to Help India
    Agence France-Presse
  • Japanese Government Rejects TLAM/N Claim
    FAS Strategic Security Blog
  • U.S.-Russia Nuclear Deal "95 Percent" Agreed Upon
    Reuters
  • German Government Wants to Extend Nuclear Reactor Life Spans
    Der Spiegel
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Ahmadinejad Hints Iran Resolved to Make 20 Pct Nuclear Fuel

Jay Deshmukh, Agence France-Presse
WSJPresident Mahmoud Ahmadinejad hinted on Sunday that Tehran would itself pursue uranium enrichment to higher levels if the West spurns its offer of a phased fuel swap, promising Iranians "sweet" news soon.

Ahmadinejad said Iran will make an announcement regarding the enrichment of uranium to 20 percent purity when the nation next month marks the 31st anniversary of the Islamic revolution which toppled the US-backed shah.
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S.Korea President Offers Nuclear to Help India

Penny MacRae, Agence France-Presse
South Korea's president offered Monday to help energy-hungry India build more nuclear plants as the two Asian powerhouses set a goal of doubling bilateral trade by 2014.
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Japanese Government Rejects TLAM/N Claim

Hans M. Kristensen, FAS Strategic Security Blog
The Japanese government has officially rejected claims made by some that Japan is opposed to the United States retiring the nuclear Tomahawk Land-Attack Missile (TLAM/N).
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U.S.-Russia Nuclear Deal "95 Percent" Agreed Upon

Reuters
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said Sunday that a deal with the United States on a landmark nuclear arms reduction treaty was "95 percent" agreed, news agencies reported Sunday.
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German Government Wants to Extend Nuclear Reactor Life Spans

Der Spiegel
The German government appears set to halt or at least slow the country's planned phase-out of nuclear power.
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