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Tehran Times: Ahmadinejad envisions greater Iran-Venezuela cooperation

‘Current world economic conditions have paved the way for more cooperation between Iran and Venezuela, Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad said on Sunday. “Today we need to make big decisions to boost mutual and international cooperation,” Ahmadinejad told visiting Venezuelan Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro.’’

Climate Feedback: Nuclear energy: falling out of favour?

‘"The fact is, there's no such thing as a carbon-free lunch for any energy source", says Jim Riccio, a nuclear policy analyst for Greenpeace in Washington DC. But "for every dollar you spend on nuclear, you could have saved five or six times as much carbon with efficiency, or wind farms", concludes Benjamin Sovacool, author of a recent study in Energy Policy on the lifetime emissions of nuclear power plants.’

Deutsche Welle: IAEA Members Call for Middle East Without Nuclear Arms

‘Delegates at the nuclear watchdog's annual general conference in Vienna on Saturday, Oct. 4, adopted a resolution calling on all states in the region to accept IAEA inspections, and to accede and adhere to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), which bans the development of nuclear arms.’

JTA: Israel to IAEA: N. Korea gave technology

‘Israel's envoy to the International Economic Energy Agency did not name the nations when he made the accusation Saturday at the 145-nation assembly meeting in Vienna. Iran and Syria, both currently under IAEA investigation, are likely on the list.’

Mineweb: Uranium's crystal ball is price sobering

‘The growth of nuclear power is still marching forward but the aspirations on uranium's price have dropped back a peg or two, according to the latest quarterly research by Sydney-based Resource Capital Research (RCR).’

China View: France's AREVA to launch uranium project in Jordan in November

‘Jordan Nuclear Energy Commission Chairman Khalid Touqan said AREVA will start drilling in November for the project's first phase, during which the company will identify the locations of crude uranium in the central part of the kingdom.’