Around 30 developing countries are considering the development of nuclear power programmes, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Yukiya Amano said Monday.
Projects to decommission Soviet-era nuclear reactors in Bulgaria, Lithuania and Slovakia are falling behind in time and financing, EU auditors warned on Tuesday.
Israel has 200 nuclear weapons, former US secretary of state Colin Powell said in a leaked email, part of a trove that has been released online.
Iran and Russia officially started work Saturday on a new atomic power plant in the port city of Bushehr, more than a year after an international nuclear accord was concluded between Tehran and...
A member of the negotiating team which agreed the Iranian nuclear deal was arrested and released on bail, ISNA news agency reported Sunday.
A Japanese power company reactivated a nuclear reactor on the south-western island of Shikoku on Friday for the first time in more than five years, it said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin helped inaugurate India's biggest nuclear reactor unit via videolink on Wednesday.
Iranian nuclear scientist Shahram Amiri has been executed, according to local media reports.
Russia plans to build eight more nuclear reactor units in Iran, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview published Friday.
British Prime Minister Theresa May had "raised objections" to Chinese investment in a controversial new nuclear power plant during the previous coalition government, former business secretary...
The end of the spat over Iran's nuclear projects was set to open international doors for the Islamic State. However, foreign investors remain wary, putting the political future of President Hassan...
Japanese regulators on Monday approved an additional 20 years of operation for two ageing nuclear reactors, in the first such decision under updated regulations following the nation’s worst...
North Korea has carried out its fifth nuclear test since it began its quest for nuclear arms in 2006, causing fresh concerns for its neighbours.
Iran is adhering to all conditions of a nuclear deal that it struck last year, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said.
The arsenal of US nuclear weapons runs on antiquated floppy disks and over 40-year-old computer systems, according to a report from the United States Government Accountability Office.