Risks and Accidents

(Français) Non à la fusion ASN/IRSN

21 Dec 2023

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(Français) Nucléaire au Moyen-Orient : un avenir maussade

6 Nov 2023

(Français) Nucléaire au Moyen-Orient : un avenir maussade

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(Français) Sortie de route

10 Jan 2023

(Français) Sortie de route

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(Français) Charlie Hebdo et Robin des Bois – 2022

2 Nov 2022

(Français) Charlie Hebdo et Robin des Bois – 2022

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The Bomb

20 Jun 2022

The Bomb

The first meeting of States Parties to the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) is taking place in Vienna (Austria) from today. The list of the 62 State parties is attached.

Austria, Ireland, Malta and the Holy See stand out as representing Europe in this Treaty.

Finland, Germany, Liechtenstein, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland are participating in the Vienna meeting as observers, thus showing their interest in this Treaty, which is based on the Chemical Weapons Convention.

None of the nuclear weapon States are present in Vienna. France, the UK and the USA even issued a joint statement on July 7, 2017, totally against the Treaty. ” France, the United Kingdom and the United States have not taken part in the negotiation of the treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons. We do not intend to sign, ratify or ever become party to it…”

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(Français) La guerre du nucléaire

8 Jun 2022

(Français) La guerre du nucléaire

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(Français) L’Union fait la farce

14 Apr 2022

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(Français) Les roublards

7 Apr 2022

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(Français) Le virus russe

25 Mar 2022

(Français) Le virus russe

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Despite the tensions, the current flows

7 Mar 2022

Despite the tensions, the current flows

Ukraine – press release n°5. March 7, 2022 – 4:00 pm

Nuclear power: Slovakian power plants fill their tanks
On March 1, an Ilyushin-76TD of Volga-Dnepr Airlines specialized in the transport of heavy load flew over Poland with NATO authorization to transport new nuclear fuel to Slovakia. It left Domodedovo Airport in Moscow, flew around Ukraine, over Belarus and through Polish airspace to land in Bratislava. According to IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) rules, only small urgent packages, such as short-lived radiopharmaceuticals, can be transported by air. The potential crash of an airplane carrying nuclear fuel exposes the population and the environment to considerable risks.

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