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World Nuclear News: Nuclear decisions delayed in South Africa

‘Speculation is mounting on whether South Africa's nuclear new build program will get a chance to deliver in an atmosphere of continuing political turmoil.’

Deutsche Welle: German Energy Company Looks to Build Nuclear Plants Abroad

‘Germany's second-biggest power supplier plans to build up to five nuclear power plants outside of the country, its chairman said in a newspaper interview Wednesday.’

Balkan Insight: Macedonia Eyes Bulgarian Nuclear Plant

‘Senior officials from Skopje and Sofia will discuss Macedonia’s possible participation in the building of a nuclear power plant, in a bid to ease energy shortages.’

The Whitehaven News: Public invited to debate the fate of plutonium stockpile

‘The debate as to whether the UK’s stockpile of plutonium – most of which is held at Sellafield – should be considered an asset or a liability could have a major impact on the economic future of region.’

Associated Press: Official describes secret uranium shipment

‘Enough processed uranium to make six nuclear weapons was secretly transported thousands of miles by truck, rail and ship on a monthlong trip from a research reactor in Budapest, Hungary, to a facility in Russia so it could be more closely protected against theft, U.S. officials revealed Wednesday.’