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GMA News: Bishop opposes revival of Bataan nuke power plant

‘MANILA, Philippines - A ranking Catholic bishop voiced opposition late Thursday to reported plans to revive the controversial Bataan Nuclear Power Plant. Manila auxiliary bishop Broderick Pabillo cited "potential dangers" resulting from the plant's operation to the health of residents in Morong town.’

NRCU: Energoatom about to broker nuclear fuel deals with TVEL in January-February

’National Nuclear Energy Generating Company Energoatom (NNEGC Energoatom) announced plans to sign contracts in the area of nuclear fuel with the Russia-based JSC TVEL in January-February 2009, Energoatom President Yuriy Nedashkovsky said.’

Reuters: Siemens aims to sell Areva nuclear stake-report

‘German industrial group Siemens AG intends to shed its 34 percent stake in the nuclear power plant unit of France's Areva, French business daily Les Echos said, in an extract from an article from Friday's edition.’

International Herald Tribune: Report: Obama should act quickly on NKorea nukes

‘President Barack Obama must not continue his predecessor's "bad practices" in dealing with North Korea and should act quickly to end a standoff over the country's nuclear programs, a pro-Pyongyang newspaper said Thursday.’

Reuters: France could order two nuclear power plants

‘An official at the Elysee presidential palace said on Thursday that a decision on at least one new European Pressurised Reactor (EPR) nuclear power plant would be taken in the next few weeks.’