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Reafirma Argentina rechazo a ensayos nucleares (Prensa Latina) [In Spanish: Argentina reaffirms rejection of nuclear tests]

North Korea Newsletter No. 309 (April 17, 2014) (Global Post)

(核リポート) 北朝鮮、高まる「核汚染」リスク(The Asahi Shimbun) [In Japanese (rough working translation): (Nuclear Report) North Korea increasing risk of "nuclear pollution"]

P5 nuclear non-proliferation conference concludes (UPI)

Astronauts to Reveal Sobering Data on Asteroid Impacts (Universe Today)

China, US Discuss North Korea (The Diplomat)

U.S. Holds 'Productive' Talks with China on North Korea Nuclear Threat (Global Security Newswire)

U.N. report: Iran cuts nuclear weapons ability (Japan News)

Iran expects next payment under nuclear deal, confirming compliance (Reuters)

Iranian negotiators reject hardline criticism of nuclear talks (Reuters)

Iran will not discuss its ballistic missiles program as part of nuclear talks, minister says (Star Tribune)

Former Iran official describes alleged US sabotage of nuke program (Fox News)

India's Modi says committed to no first use of nuclear weapons (Reuters)

U.S. sticks to plan for interoperable nuclear warheads, despite criticism (Global Security Newswire)

UN launches practical guide to mobilizing action for disarmament (UN News Centre)

Learning from the Past in the Iranian Nuclear Dispute, by Tytti Erästö (Middle East Research and Information Project)

Iran Dilutes 20% Uranium Supply by Half, Meets Commitment, edited by Lauren Mladenka and Geoff Wilson (Ploughshares Fund)

Is Ukraine about to go nuclear again? by Howard Hall, Natalie Manayeva and Dean Rice (CNN)

Hiroshima meet falls short of outlawing nukes, by Monzurul Huq (IDN)

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