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Russia Stops U.S. Diplomats en Route to a Nuclear Accident Site

By Ivan Nechepurenko

The diplomats were intending to travel to a remote town in the Russian Arctic, where a mysterious nuclear accident killed seven people in August, releasing radiation.

Fukushima, Beaten Down by Nuclear Disaster, Takes Big Typhoon Hit

By Motoko Rich and Hisako Ueno

Some facilities that had been damaged in 2011 were hit again over the weekend in a region of Japan that can never seem to catch a break.

It’s Time to Talk to Iran

By William J. Burns and Jake Sullivan

With tensions rising in the Middle East and Iran suffering under sanctions, this may be the last best opportunity to walk back from the brink.

Stephen Lukasik, 88, Who Pushed Tech in National Defense, Is Dead

By Katie Hafner

He oversaw the Defense Department’s research division in the 1960s and ’70s, when it made great early strides in nuclear-device detection, artificial intelligence and computer networking.

North Korea Rules Out Quick Resumption of β€˜Sickening’ Talks with U.S.

By Choe Sang-Hun

The North said that it would not meet with American negotiators again until after Washington took a step toward “complete and irreversible withdrawal of hostile policy.”

U.S. Nuclear Talks With North Korea Break Down in Hours

By David E. Sanger

The State Department says the United States brought “creative ideas’’ to the talks. The North Koreans say the Americans arrived “empty-handed.”

Rick Perry Is Said to Be Resigning as Energy Secretary by Year’s End

By Lisa Friedman and Maggie Haberman

An aggressive promoter of President Trump’s fossil fuel agenda, Mr. Perry ended his run as one of the longest-serving cabinet members in a tumultuous administration.

Rick Perry Is Said to Be Resigning as Energy Secretary by Year’s End

By Lisa Friedman and Maggie Haberman

An aggressive promoter of President Trump’s fossil fuel agenda, Mr. Perry ended his run as one of the longest-serving cabinet members in a tumultuous administration.

Rick Perry Is Said to Be Resigning as Energy Secretary by Year’s End

By Lisa Friedman and Maggie Haberman

An aggressive promoter of President Trump’s fossil fuel agenda, Mr. Perry ended his run as one of the longest-serving cabinet members in a tumultuous administration.

Hours After Agreeing to Resume Talks, North Korea Launches Projectile

By Choe Sang-Hun and David E. Sanger

North Korea launched the projectile shortly after saying it would restart stalled talks with the United States over its nuclear weapons program.

China flexes military muscle to mark 70 years of Communist rule

By Georgi Gotev

China celebrated its growing power and confidence with a massive display of military hardware and goose-stepping troops in Beijing on Tuesday (1 October), overseen by President Xi Jinping who pledged peaceful development on the 70th birthday of Communist China.

How Iran’s President Left Trump Hanging, and Macron in the Hall

By Farnaz Fassihi and Rick Gladstone

President Emmanuel Macron of France tried to broker a call in the New York hotel where Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, was staying. President Trump wanted to talk. Mr. Rouhani declined.

In Clashing Accounts, Trump and Rouhani Explain Why U.N. Meeting Fell Through

By Farnaz Fassihi and Rick Gladstone

President Hassan Rouhani of Iran told reporters that President Trump had offered to lift sanctions in order to talk. He declined, he said, “because they were not the kind of optics” Iran wanted.

Iran’s Rouhani says wider talks with US possible if 2015 deal implemented

By Georgi Gotev

Iran can discuss other issues with the United States providing its 2015 nuclear deal with six powers is fully implemented, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Thursday (26 September), adding that Tehran's missile capabilities were not negotiable.

Council maintains nuclear as eligible for β€˜green’ finance

By Jorge Valero

EU ministers have decided not to exclude nuclear projects from a sustainable finance classification scheme, despite opposition from Germany, Austria, Luxembourg and the European Parliament.

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