Rising concerns about the swift pace of climate crisis and tight power supplies around the globe have softened some policymakers' views of nuclear energy.
Paris has pushed back against the 3 billion euro gas pipeline amid pressure from Spain and Germany, who argue the project can help solve Europe’s energy supply problems.
The government's move partly delays the country's nuclear exit decided under former chancellor Angela Merkel after the Fukushima disaster in 2011.
The nuclear deal would see sanctions lifted against Iran in exchange for restricting its rapidly advancing nuclear program.
The UN nuclear watchdog will assess any damage from recent shelling near the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, which Russia and Ukraine have blamed on each other.
Ukraine military reports attempts by Russia to advance on several towns in Donetsk as the conflict enters 173rd day.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has accused Iran of deceiving the international community about its atomic activities and said his country “reserves the right to self-defence“.
The missile was fired from waters near the eastern port city of Sinpo, the country's first demonstration of a submarine-fired ballistic system since October last year.
President Ebrahim Raisi says the armed forces will not let Israel rest if it takes action targeting Tehran, days after he warned neighbouring Iraq against using its territory for activities that disrupt Iran's security.
“Iran's research in peaceful nuclear fields will not depend on others' demands,” Raisi said, referring to Western efforts to prevent the country's nuclear progress.
The British government has planned to build eight nuclear reactors by 2030.
The "unidentified projectile" fired toward the East Sea is presumably a long-range ballistic missile, Seoul and Tokyo said, amid fears that Pyongyang could be preparing to test-fire an ICBM.
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