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Internationellt möte om mätmetoder för att lokalisera kärnvapenprov (My News Desk)

Africa: UN Chief Urges Countries to 'Create a Better Future,' Ratify Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (All Africa)

[New post] Foreign Ministers Demand a Ban on Nuclear Explosions (Newsroom America)

Idrissov Calls for More Action, Promotes Declaration for Nuclear Weapon Free World at Nuclear Weapons Elimination Meeting (Astana Times)

The Timing of Meteor Strikes May Not Be Random (iO9)

Study examines cancer risk from 1st atom-bomb test at Trinity Site (Stars and Stripes)

Mongolia’s Multilateral Cooperation Welcomed (MFA)

We Should Rally Against Nuclear Weapons Like We Do Climate Change (Huffington Post)

Kazakhstan and Nonproliferation: Successes and Challenges since the Closing of Semipalatinsk (Silk Road Reporters)

Pyongyang’s unsolved nuclear problem hampers Russian-DPRK cooperation — ForMin (ITAR-TASS)

North Korea 'troubling' in its refusal to denuclearize, says U.S. official (UPI)

N. Korea shows increasing resistance to nuclear deal: U.S. official (Global Post)

Analyst: Prospects Bleak for North Korea Nuclear Talks (VOA)

Lieberman: No outcome in Iran's nuclear negotiations will please Israel (Middle East Monitor)

Israeli Leader Says Iran Nuclear Program, Islamic State Twin Threat (Wall Street Journal)

China calls for creativity in talks on Iran nuclear case (Press TV)

Asian forum warns of nuclear threats (Taipei Times)

Nuclear disarmament ‘impossible’ without resolution of Kashmir issue: senator (Daily Times)

Congress pushes nuclear expansion despite accidents at weapons lab (Guardian)

Govt wants no discrimination in disarmament (Peninsular)

A renewed call for homeland missile defense: guest opinion (AL)

Iraq Was Then, Syria Is Now , By Victor Davis Hanson (National Review)

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