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Police arrest man after he admits landing drone with radioactive sand at Japan PM office 25.4.2015 Star Tribune: World
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Man arrested for flying drone over Japan PM's office 25.4.2015 New Kerala: World News
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Man arrested for landing drone on Shinzo Abe's office in nuclear protest 25.4.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

Yasuo Yamamoto charged over landing of drone with tiny amount of radiation in apparent protest against use of nuclear power after Fukushima disaster

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Desalination plants aren't a good solution for California drought 25.4.2015 LA Times: Business
As surely as the hot, dry Santa Ana winds bring blue skies to the coast and wildfires to the hills, severe California droughts bring calls to build desalination plants up and down the seashore.
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Cash flowed to Clinton Foundation amid Russian uranium deal 25.4.2015 Star Tribune: Politics
Uranium One deal examined.
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Want the Latest Science News? Here’s Who to Follow 24.4.2015 Wired Top Stories
If you want to follow the latest science news, may we suggest following people who make their living following ...
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Quid Pro Clinton 24.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
Democrats who expect Bill and Hillary to change are delusional.
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Man turns himself in, tells police he landed drone atop Japan PM office, Tokyo police say 24.4.2015 Star Tribune: World
Chernobyl arch faces €265m funding gap ahead of disaster's 29th anniversary 24.4.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

Europe must plug funding gap for massive 100-metre concrete sarcophagus being built to contain remaining radioactive waste at the site

Graphic: Containing Chernobyl’s deadly legacy

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US should boost Indian Navy's combat power: US think tank 24.4.2015 New Kerala: World News
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Gene editing could prevent mitochondrial disease in children 23.4.2015 New Scientist: Health
Editing DNA in mouse egg cells has been used to remove faulty mitochondria, leaving only healthy ones behind to be inherited. It could offer an alternative to controversial three-parent ...
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India's inevitable rise to the top 23.4.2015 New Kerala: Technology
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The triumph of Nicola Sturgeon 23.4.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
The ‘most dangerous woman in Britain’ has become its most popular politician. Does her rise mark the emergence of a new Scotland? When Nicola Sturgeon took the stage on 28 March before 3,000 devotees at the Scottish National party’s spring conference in Glasgow, the SNP’s deputy leader, Stewart Hosie, introduced her as “the only party leader in the UK who people actually like ... let me just say that again, the only party leader with positive approval ratings throughout the UK”. The audience whistled, clapped and cheered, and Sturgeon, in her best Kurt Geigers and coral-pink suit, climbed up the few steps to the platform, where her already-gathered cabinet rose from their chairs and, like a well-drilled military unit, turned to greet her with their arms outstretched in applause. A screen behind them showed that the number of SNP members now stood at 102,143, a fourfold increase since September’s referendum. The SNP is now the third largest party in Britain. This kind of choreographed triumphalism can ...
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Competing budget plans for economic development, energy regulation show depth of differences 23.4.2015 Star Tribune: Business
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UK election: the next British government may be decided in Scotland 22.4.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

The Scottish nationalists lost last year’s independence referendum - but they ended up so strong they could be the key players in May’s British election

After last September’s referendum – when Scotland voted convincingly to remain part of the UK – the leaders of Britain’s main political parties in London might have thought their Scottish troubles were over for a while.

They were wrong. Buoyed by the huge wave of popular enthusiasm generated by the pro-independence campaign, the Scottish National party – the key force behind the referenthdum – has seen its support continue to surge since it lost the vote.

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Drone with low traces of radioactive material lands on Japan's prime minister's office roof 22.4.2015 L.A. Times - World News
A small drone aircraft containing what was believed to be a minute amount of radioactive cesium was discovered Wednesday morning on the heliport above Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s office. No one was injured and Abe was traveling in Indonesia at the time the drone was found by office staff,...
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Japan moves nearer to restarting nuclear reactors after court gives go-ahead 22.4.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Court in south-west Japan rejects a residents’ injunction against resuming operations at the Sendai power plant

Japan’s plans to return to nuclear power generation more than four years after the triple meltdown at Fukushima received a boost on Wednesday after a court approved the restart of two nuclear reactors.

The Kagoshima district court in south-west Japan rejected a residents’ injunction against restarting two reactors at the Sendai nuclear power plant, bringing the country a step closer to operating a nuclear reactor for the first time since September 2013.

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Drone with radiation sign lands on roof of Japanese prime minister's office 22.4.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

The drone was carrying a small camera, water bottle and a flare media reported

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Exports help Japan to trade surplus 22.4.2015 BBC News: AsiaPacific
Japan records its first trade surplus in three years due to the effects of the weaker yen and lower oil prices.
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Slovakia, Enel at Loggerheads Over Divestment 21.4.2015 Wall St. Journal: Europe
Slovakia’s government is seeking to thwart plans by Italian energy giant Enel to leave the Slovak market before it completes the expansion of the Central European state’s sole nuclear power plant.
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