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previous Tuesday 28 April 2015

Beyond the bomb: The world's nuclear watchdog expands its science, by Timothy Oleson (Earth Magazine)

Vietnam pushes nuclear weapons-free zones (Asia One)

US Policy Main Obstacle to Nuclear Weapon Reduction – Russian FM Official (Sputnik News)

Senators: Compensate Guam nuke victims: Radiation from US nuclear-bomb tests raised cancer rates, says Won Pat (Guam PDN)

Strengthening the NPT regime – Editorial (Japan Times)

UN chief warns of 'dangerous return' to Cold War mentalities (New Kerala)

Nuclear disarmament NAM's highest priority: Zarif (Mehr News)

Switzerland calls for nuclear-free world (Swiss Info)

NPT Review Conference Discusses N.Korea and Iran Nuclear Issues (CRJ English)

Dangerous, isolated and primed for war? North Korean clichés debunked (The Guardian)

N. Korea threatens nuke attacks on U.S. (Korea Herald)

(Yonhap Interview) U.S. seeks Russia's role in N. Korea's denuclearization (Yonhap News)

N. Korea may have more uranium enrichment facilities: Einhorn (Arirang)

IAEA ‘Seriously Concerned’ About North Korea’s Nuclear Program (Sputnik News

Wary of China, Japan urges nuclear weapons info transparency (Japan Times)

Thousands rally for abolition of nukes as hibakusha ranks thin (Japan Times)

Expert Says China’s Nuclear Warning Might Be Sign of Frustration With US (Voice of America)

China needs peaceful, stable int'l environment: senior official (East Day)

Vietnam pushes nuclear weapons-free zones (Asia One)

Nuclear attack survivors, 70 years later, now fading away (News Sentinel)

Iran deal could encourage nuclear disarmament, says Flanagan (Irish Times)

Iran Leads Calls for Israel to Give Up Nuclear Weapons (JP Updates)

US Calls Iran Nuclear Deal Monitoring 'Most Extensive' Ever (Voice of America)

How to Make Sure Iran Is a Nuclear Non-Proliferator (Foreign Policy)

Zarif: Iran Nuclear Talks Litmus Test for IAEA Credibility (Tasnim News Agency)

Iran Legislative Compromises may Cause Nuclear Explosion in Washington (Jewish Press)

World 'closer than ever' to Iran nuclear deal, says John Kerry (Deccan Chronicle)

Iran insists Israel ‘give up the bomb’ as Tehran seeks nuclear-free Middle East (Russia Today)

Iran slams nuclear powers, Israel at U.N. meeting (Daily Star)

IAEA says to assist nuclear-weapon free zone in Mideast (Kuna)

Middle East wrangles set to dominate NYC nuclear meeting (Middle East Eye)

Any use or threat of using nuclear weapons crime against humanity: Zarif (Press TV)

Belavenetsev says there is no need to deploy nuclear weapons in Crimea (Vestikkavkava)

Nuclear Weapons Free World Rally Takes Place In Santa Monica At Chain Reaction (SM Mirror)

Remarks at the 2015 Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference (U.S. Department of State)

Sweden calls for ‘urgent’ international nuclear ban (The Local)

The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty is 45 years old ‒ but it hasn't really made the world any safer (Scroll)

No Nukes: the world wants nuclear weapons eliminated, conference told (The Sydney Morning Herald)

Speakers urge action against nuclear proliferation as review conference kicks off at UN (Shanghai Daily)

Nuke elimination top priority for UN, says Ban (Shanghai Daily)

U.N. chief hopes humanitarian calls will inspire disarmament resolve (Kyodo News)

Nations wants nuclear weapons eliminated (The Australian)

Catholics to press nuclear weapons ban at U.N. treaty review conference (Catholic Philly)

As nuclear powers prepare to meet, NYC rally offers 8 million petitions against bombs (Fox News)

Ship spreads message of nuclear-free world (The Times of India)

Dangerous, isolated and primed for war? North Korean clichés debunked, by Hazel Smith (The Guardian)

Middle East wrangles set to dominate NYC nuclear meeting, by James Reinl (Middle East Eye)

EDITORIAL: NPT conference should carve out path to freeing world of nuclear weapons (Asahi Shimbun)

Nuclear safety, by Michael Krepon (Dawn)

The 7 weirdest nuclear weapons ever developed, by David Nye (We are the mighty)

This is what you should REALLY do if you end up next to a ticking nuclear bomb, by Rob Waugh (Metro)

After failing to preempt: Israel, Iran and nuclear war, by Louis Rene Beres (Jerusalem Post)

A Nuke-Free World Is a No-Brainer, by Peter Maurer (Newsweek)

Over the Rainbow, by Mortimer B. Zuckerman (US News)

An Agenda for the Nuclear Weapon States, by Rolf Ekéus (European Leadership Network)

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