September 2010
Nuclear Waste News;9/1/2010, Vol. 30 Issue 17, p2
The article offers world news briefs on radioactive waste. Officials from the northern Saskatchewan village of Pinehouse expressed interest in hosting a nuclear waste storage facility in Saskatoon. Shingo Mimura, Governor of Aomori, Japan, mentions the approval of the shipments of radioactive waste coming from Great Britain and France in Honshu. The Russian opposition Yabloko Party organized a rally in front of the German Embassy in Moscow to oppose the importation of nuclear waste into Russia.


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