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  • Three years after Fukushima, Japan looks at restarting two nuclear power plants

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    OSAKA - More than three years after the Fukushima disaster, assembly members of Satsumasendai town, located 1,000 km (600 miles) south-west of Tokyo, have voted in favour of restarting two nuclear ...

  • Ukraine Russia Extend Gas Deal Talks After Impasse

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    Trilateral talks in Brussels to restart the delivery of Russian gas to Ukraine will continue on Thursday after the parties failed to reach an agreement on the first day of negotiations. Despite ...

  • US Envoy to Push for Greater Ebola Response in EU Speech

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    U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power is due to meet with European Union leaders and give an address Thursday in Brussels calling for more resources to combat the Ebola outbreak that ...

  • EU 50-50 Chance Ukraine-Russia Gas Talks Will Succeed

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    Russia, the European Union and Ukraine have resumed talks aimed at ending a Russian natural gas supply cut as winter approaches. Ukraine's energy minister, Yuri Prodan, is meeting his Russian ...

  • US Vows Sustained Ebola Response

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    ACCRA - U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power has promised a sustained response to the West African Ebola crisis. During a visit Wednesday to the headquarters the U.N. ...

  • Solar Power Plant in Africa to Supply Europe

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    WASHINGTON - By 2018, a large solar power plant in the Tunisian part of the Sahara desert may start sending power to energy-hungry Western Europe. The company running the plant says once it is ...

  • India Vietnam Shore Up Defense Energy Ties as China Watches

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    NEW DELHI - India and Vietnam have shored up ties in the defense and energy sectors during a two-day visit by the Vietnamese Prime Minister to India. The deepening friendship between the two ...

  • N-fuel removal from Fukushima power plant postponed

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    The Japanese government and the operator of the crippled Fukushima power plant have decided to postpone for five years the removal of molten nuclear fuel from reactor-1, originally planned for ...

  • Super solar material for uninterrupted power generation

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    Generating power without interruption may become a lot easier as researchers have developed a new nanoparticle-based material that can absorb and convert to heat more than 90 percent of the sunlight ...

  • Robots to incorporate bird running techniques

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    With an eye toward building better running robots, researchers analysed some of nature's most energy efficient animals - running birds. In the study, they outlined how running birds have achieved ...

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  • Religions unite to protest with holy water and incense in Hong Kong

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    Pro-democracy activists have built a small church and a Buddhist temple with rubble and recycled material in the Hong Kong streets occupied by the "Umbrella Movement", reflecting the influence of ...

  • Hero Electric launches AVIOR e-cycles in India

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    Hero Electric, a flagship company of the Hero Eco Group, Wednesday launched its latest product, AVIOR e-cycles. The Hero Electric AVIOR e-cycle was launched in two variants - AVIOR AMX at Rs.19,290 ...

  • Over 30 Syrian soldiers killed in clashes with IS

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    Over 30 Syrian troops were killed during overnight clashes with the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group near a key gas field in the country's central province of Homs, an oppositional monitoring group ...

  • IS captures three gas wells in Syria

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    The Islamic State(IS) militants Tuesday captured three gas wells in Syria's central province of Homs, media reported. The IS captured the gas wells east of Palmyra in Homs after intense clashes with ...

  • MoU for cooperation in oil and gas field between India and Mozambique approved

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    The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today gave its approval for signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for cooperation in the field of oil and gas between India and ...

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