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Obama: Hiroshima Visit Will Underscore 'Job's Not Done' on Nuclear Disarmament
President Barack Obama said Thursday his visit to Hiroshima will "underscore" the sense of urgency in reducing the threat of nuclear warfare today. Some 140,000 people were killed when the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on the city on Aug. 6, 1945.
In Historic Hiroshima Visit, Obama To Push For Nuclear-Free WorldNPR
What Presidents Talk About When They Talk About HiroshimaThe New Yorker
Obama, in Japan, Emphasizes Lingering Threat of Nuclear WarNew York Times
International Business Times -MarketWatch
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The Augusta Chronicle
Explaining nuclear work part of Plant Vogtle employee's job
The Augusta Chronicle
All visitors leave with a better understanding of how nuclear technology works,” said Mike McCracken, the communications coordinator at Plant Vogtle. After Leopard graduated from USC Aiken, his first job was in a church. He began working in the nuclear ...

Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription)
Academic Job Hunts From Hell: Why You Weren't Picked
Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription)
Your nuclear error may even fall under the sartorial realm. At least when I was on the job market 20 years ago, senior professors very much judged me by the formality of the suit I wore as much as by the content of my teaching presentation. I am fairly ...

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Pranab Mukherjee's primary job in Beijing was to smooth over a ruffled India-China relationship
Times of India (blog)
India faced an acute energy shortage and nuclear energy had a key role in Indian plans. But this required a “predictable environment” in which civil nuclear trade could take place and so, New Delhi expected Beijing to play a “positive and facilitative ...

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EU 'funding Kim Jong-Un's nuclear weapons' as North Korean workers in forced Europe labour
EU 'funding Kim Jong-Un's nuclear weapons' as North Korean workers in forced Europe labour. NORTH Koreans working in the European Union are having their salaries sent back to dictator Kim Jong-Un raising fears the bloc is funding his deadly nuclear ...

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Editorial: Pro-nuclear power, but this bill still a work in progress
Peoria Journal Star
... price of electricity, which has made nuclear power less profitable or not at all. The bill would allow Exelon to pass the tab onto consumers if also save thousands of jobs that are critical to the economies and tax bases of the communities in which ...

Business Insider
NATO urged to show stronger resolve on Russia, up spending
Business Insider
NATO's Parliamentary Assembly urged alliance members Monday to stand up to Russia's military assertiveness and to do a better job sharing the burden of collective defense. (AP Photo/Hektor Pustina). TIRANA, Albania (AP) — NATO's Parliamentary ...

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