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L'Europe de l'Est toujours pro-nucléaire

Pentagon clears exit of military families from Japan From Chris Lawrence, CNN March 17, 2011 12:55 p.m. EDT The authorization applies to family members on the island of Honshu, site of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Actualités Nouveauté ! Faites glisser et déposez les icônes pour réorganiser vos applications. Connectez-vous pour essayer. PlusAutres résultats Google Connexion Actualités Flash Actu Pénurie de carburant home Help News | Mar 16, 2011 | 2:24 Japan gas shortage The distribution of energy is seriously disrupted and getting around is becoming increasingly difficult amid the multiple disasters in Japan Now Playing on CBC Radio Refresh Depeches - Politique Politique | 13/04/2014 - 10:26 La situation en Ukraine. Paris préconisera "de nouvelles sanctions en cas d'escalade" militaire en Ukraine, a assuré dimanche Jean-Marie Le Guen. Invité du Grand rendez-vous Europe 1/Le Monde/I-Télé, le secrétaire d’Etat aux relations avec le Parlement a précisé qu’il s’exprimait au nom du gouvernement. "Il est clair que nous serions amenés à nous prononcer pour de nouvelles sanctions en cas d'escalade militaire", a indiqué ce proche de Manuel Valls.

La panique gagne la Chine Customers flock to buy salt at a supermarket in Lanzhou, Gansu province. Photograph: China Daily/Reuters Worried shoppers stripped stores of salt in Beijing, Shanghai and other parts of China on Thursday in the false belief it can guard against radiation exposure, even though any fallout from a crippled Japanese nuclear power plant is unlikely to reach the country.

L'actu Live vue du Japon (NHK) Watch without ads Ustream © Search Log in / Sign up With Facebook (faster) Log in or sign up with Facebook See what your friends like and watch, get awesome recommendations Instant login, no passwords PM orders review of safety at Indian nuclear plants All India | Press Trust of India | Updated: March 14, 2011 22:20 IST New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said an immediate technical review of India's atomic plants has been ordered to check if they can withstand the impact of major natural disasters like tsunami and earthquakes in the wake of the catastrophe in Japan threatening a nuclear meltdown. Making a statement in Parliament on the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, Dr Singh said Indian nuclear plants have, in the past, met the safety standards during major natural calamities like the Gujarat earthquake on January 26, 2002 and the December 2004 Tsunami. The Prime Minister informed both Houses of Parliament that India was in constant touch with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the Japanese Atomic Industrial Forum and the World Association of Nuclear Operators. Indian Navy is also on standby to send its ships to Japan as part of relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction.

De l'inde à De l'Asie à l'Europe : le nucléaire remis en question All India | Noopur Tiwari | Updated: March 15, 2011 23:43 IST Paris/New Delhi: Experts say the Fukushima nuclear disaster could be Level 6, just one notch below the Chernobyl disaster. As Japan tries desperately to control the damage, government's across the world are now stepping up efforts to assess how safe their own nuclear reactors are. update on Japan Earthquake Updates of 2 June 2011 Staff Report → Chronology of Updates:2 June | 12-18 May | 4-11 May | 5 May | 3 May | 2 May | 28 April | 27 April | 26 April | 21 April | 20 April | 19 April | 18 April | 15 April | 14 April | 13 April | 12 April | 11 April | 10 April | 9 April | 8 April | 7 April | 6 April | 5 April | 4 April | 3 April | 2 April | 1 April | 31 March | 30 March | 29 March | 28 March | 27 March | 26 March | 25 March | 24 March | 23 March | 22 March | 21 March | 20 March | 19 March | 18 March | 17 March | 16 March | 15 March | 14 March | 13 March | 12 March | 11 March | Full Update