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Youtube Video: Nuclear Test Inspection Exercise Approved (US Mission at UNOV)

Michael Douglas and Ellen Tauscher team up for nuclear zero, by Josh Rogin (Foreign Policy)

Vladimir Orlov in London: Step-by-step approach on nuke free Middle East needed (PIR Center)

Nuclear test veterans get backing (UKAP)

Senators press for compensation (Guampdn)

Hiroshima eyes hosting global peace conference for nuke abolition (Kyodo - The Mainichi Daily News)

Israel Faces Questions About News Reports of Eyeing Iran Strike, by Isabel Kershner and David Sanger (The New York Times)

U.S. Set to Raise Pressure on Iran , by Carol Lee and Jay Solomon (The Wall Street Journal)

US, UK, France ratchet up pressure on Iran, by Louis Charbonneau (Reuters)

NATO leader: No intention to intervene in Iran, by Slobodan Lekic (Associated Press)

Seoul seeks 'stable dialogue channel' with Pyongyang: minister, by Lee Chi-dong (Yonhap)

U.S. House panel OKs bill on tougher sanctions on N. Korea, by Lee Chi-dong (Yonhap)

Defense Officials Urge Nuclear Deterrent Funding, by Karen Parrish (American Forces Press Service)

Actor Michael Douglas backs US State Department budget (AFP)

Video: Naomi Watts and Valerie Plame Wilson Say "Cut Nukes" (Global Zero)

Getting to Global Zero, by Lawrence Korb (Center for American Progress)

Strategic Choices on Tactical Weapons, by Daryl Kimball (Arms Control Today)

Iran's nuclear ambitions: let's not do anything rash, by Michael White (The Guardian blog)

Hail the ‘megatons to megawatts’ program, by Bob Leach (Sentinel Source)

==Special Report: Fukushima nuclear emergency ==

Minister reprimands NISA chief for tardy reporting of xenon detection at Fukushima plant (The Mainichi Daily News)

No sign of sustained fission in wrecked Japan reactor, by Tim Kelly (Reuters)

Fukushima Cleanup Bill $14B Over 30 Years, by Jacob Adelman (Bloomberg)