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Nuclear Explained
Nuclear Explained – How to Develop a Nuclear Power Programme

Nuclear Explained

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023


Thirty-two countries operate nuclear power plants, which provide some 10 per cent of the world's electricity and account for 25 per cent of all low-carbon electricity. How many more countries are interested in or embarking on nuclear power? And how does a country develop a nuclear power programme? In this episode, experts from the IAEA and nuclear newcomers – countries who are interested in or already in the process of introducing nuclear power – explain why countries are turning to nuclear power and discuss the process and challenges in developing a nuclear power programme.

AP Audio Stories
IAEA mission starts work at Ukraine nuclear plant

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 1:04


AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports on Ukraine War IAEA.

GZero World with Ian Bremmer
Nobody wins in nuclear Armageddon: Rafael Grossi's plan to keep us safe in time of war

GZero World with Ian Bremmer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 27:20


What keeps the world's top nuclear watchdog up at night? It's not only Vladimir Putin threatening to use a tactical nuke in Ukraine. On the GZERO World podcast, Rafael Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, joins Ian Bremmer to discuss the most imminent nuclear threats. He discusses his recent trip to an embattled Ukrainian nuclear power plant, the path forward for Iran after a scuttled deal, and how to keep North Korea in check, a rogue state amassing an entire arsenal of nukes.​

Habari za UN
12 JANUARI 2023

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 0:12


Jaridani leo tunakuletea mada kwa kina ambapo leo tunakwenda nchini Kenya kumulika harakati za elimu ikiwa ni kuelekea siku ya elimu duniani. Pia tunakuletea habari kwa ufupi zikiwemo kutoka IAEA, msaada wa kibinadamu nchini DRC na matokeo ya mkutano wa Baraza la Usalama wa Umoja wa Mataifa. Mashinani tunakwenda nchini Uganda. Katika kujifunza kiswahili tunapata ufafanuzi wa msemo "FUNGA FUNGANYA" Shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la nishati ya atomiki, IAEA limesema mbegu za mazao zilizopelekwa kituo cha anga za juu mwezi Novemba mwaka jana tayari zimepandwa eneo la ndani na nje ya kituo hicho na hivyo zinapata miali kamilifu ya anga za juu pamoja na viwango vya juu zaidi vya joto kwenye eneo hilo.Mkuu wa masuala ya kibinadamu na misaada ya dharura wa Umoja wa Mataifa Martin Griffiths, ametangaza kutenga dola milioni 10 kutoka mfuko mkuu wa dharura wa Umoja wa Mataifa (CERF) ili kusaidia shughuli za misaada ya kibinadamu nchini Jamhuri ya kidemokrasia Kongo DRC.Na hii leo Baraza la Usalama la Umoja wa Mataifa limekutana kujadili utawala wa sheria ambapo Katibu Mkuu wa Umoja wa Matifa Antonio Guterres amesema ingawa nchi wanachama, mashirika ya kikanda, ya kiraia na sekta binafsi wana wajibu wa kuchangia katika kujenga na kulinda utawala wa sheria, hali ilivyo hivi sasa ni tofauti na kinachoonekana bado kuna safari ndefu ya kufikia lengo la utawala wa sheria.Na katika kujifunza Kiswahili , leo mtaalam wetu  Onni Sigalla Mhariri mwandamizi wa Baraza la Kiswahili la Taifa  nchini Tanzania , anatufafanulia maana ya msemo "FUNGA FUNGANYA" Mwenyeji wako ni Anold Kayanda karibu!

Decouple
From Sierra Leone to Sweden: A Panel Discussion on Nuclear at COP27

Decouple

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 56:20


An IAEA panel discussion at COP27 on how nuclear energy intersects with the lives of individuals and a diverse array of nations including Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Egypt, South Africa, the USA and Sweden. Moderated by: Mark Nelson, Managing Director, Radiant Energy Group Panelists: Seth Grae - American Nuclear Society - CEO, Lightbridge Corporation Heba Elkomey - International Youth Nuclear Congress - PhD Candidate at Claremit, Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority Amanda Mbhele - Women in Nuclear Young Generation - Nuclear Waste Projects Lead, Nuclear Energy Company of South Africa Alfred Mbayoh - International Youth Nuclear Congress - CEO and Founder LEOTech Sierra Leone Ia Aanstoot - Generation Atomic - Berzelius School, Linkoping, Sweden Abubakar Sadiq Aliyu -International Youth Nuclear Congress - PhD Candidate in Nuclear Physics, Ahmadu Bello University

The Beijing Hour
Chinese president calls for solidarity to protect biodiversity

The Beijing Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 59:45


Chinese President Xi Jinping is calling for cooperation to protect the world's biodiversity (0:56). The United States is supporting the African Union's bid for full G20 membership (19:31). And the IAEA chief is in South Korea to discuss nuclear-related issues in North Korea and Japan (21:42).

Strait Talk
Is China Siding With Gulf Arab States Against Iran Over a Territorial Dispute?

Strait Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 12:55


It was a rare diplomatic spat between two countries with a long history of close energy and security ties. Over the weekend, Iran summoned China's ambassador to lodge an official complaint against a statement issued during Chinese President Xi Jinping's recent visit to Saudi Arabia. Tehran accused Beijing of siding with Gulf Arab states in a territorial dispute between Iran and the UAE. A spokesperson for Iran's Foreign Ministry said it conveyed strong discontent against the joint China-GCC statement, which it argued, questioned Iran's territorial integrity. Tehran reportedly told the Chinese envoy, that the three islands addressed by the GCC were an integral part of Iran and will not be subject to negotiation. Iran currently maintains control of Greater Tunb, Lesser Tunb, and Abu Musa in the Gulf, which are claimed by the UAE. The joint statement also called for Iran's nuclear programme to remain peaceful and for authorities to cooperate with the IAEA. Saudi Arabia's foreign minister also had a tough warning for Iran, saying all bets would be off if Tehran were to acquire nuclear weapons. Guests Jacope Scita Policy Fellow at Bourse and Bazaar Foundation Umit Alperen Assistant Professor at Suleyman Demirel University

TBS eFM This Morning
1212 [Heads-up Monday] with Jo Nayoung

TBS eFM This Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 7:05


1. 12/13 Tue - IAEA Secretary General to visit Korea2. 12/15 Tue - President Yoon checks key policy tasks with the public in a live broadcast 3. 12/16 Fri - 10.29 tragedy memorial to be held by families and civic groups 4. 12/17 Sat - Bivalent vaccines the only option as booster shot1. 12/13 화 IAEA 사무총장 13일 방한…북핵·후쿠시마 오염수 문제 등 협의2. 12/15 목, 尹, 15일 '국민패널 100명' 국정과제 점검회의…100분 생중계3. 12/16 금, 이태원 참사 시민대책회의 출범…16일 유가족과 추모제 진행4. 12/17 토, 17일부터 기초접종 완료자는 개량백신으로 추가접종See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Talk to Al Jazeera
Grossi: Iran's answers to IAEA not optional, but an obligation | Talk to Al Jazeera

Talk to Al Jazeera

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 25:55


Following the shelling of the Russian-controlled nuclear power plant in Ukraine, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has rung the alarm, warning of a possible nuclear catastrophe.Meanwhile, Iran has announced it is enriching uranium at its Fordow nuclear facility at 60 percent.Is there any sign Iran is trying to build a nuclear weapon?With the global nuclear arsenal nearing 13,000 weapons, mostly in the hands of the United States and Russia, it seems an increasing number of countries are trying to expand their nuclear capabilities.Should the non-proliferation treaty signed in 1968 be revised?Rafael Grossi, IAEA chief, talks to Al Jazeera.Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribeFollow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglishFind us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeeraCheck our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/Check out our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/aljazeeraenglish/@AljazeeraEnglish#Aljazeeraenglish#News

Habari za UN
Teknolojia ya nyuklia yaleta matumaini kwa wakulima nchini Kenya

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 0:04


Je ni kwa vipi teknolojia ya nyuklia inaweza kuleta tofauti katika uzalishaji wa chakula wakati huu ambapo janga la tabianchi linazidi kugonga vichwa vya watu na kubisha hodi kila uchao? Baadhi ya watu wakisikia nyuklia kinachowajia kichwani ni mabomu ya nyuklia, lakini nchini Kenya, wanasayansi na wakulima wanaelezea kwa maneno yao wenyewe vile ambavyo sayansi ya nyuklia inasaidia kupambana na uhaba wa chakula na maji. Kuanzia uzalishaji wa mbegu mpya zinazohimili ukame hadi teknolojia za kutambua ni muda gani muafaka kumwagilia mazao. Utaalamu huu unafanyika kwa msaada wa shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la nishati ya nyuklia, IAEA. Ungana basi na Leah Mushi kwenye Makala hii iliyoandaliwa na IAEA. 

The Atomic Show
Atomic Show #302 – Dr. Sama Bilbao y Leon, Director General, World Nuclear Association

The Atomic Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 39:16


Dr. Sama Bilbao y Leon, the Director General of the World Nuclear Association Dr. Sama Bilbao y Leon, the Director General of the World Nuclear Association, visited the Atomic Show to provide an international perspective on the revival in interest in nuclear energy deployment. As the head of the organization that represents the global nuclear industry, provides education about all matters related to using nuclear technologies, and lobbies for recognition of the value that nuclear energy provides, she is uniquely able to describe what the world is thinking about building and operating a wide variety of nuclear energy generating systems. Dr. Bilbao y Leon shared valuable messages from her conversations with world leaders during the recent Conference of the Parties in Egypt (COP27) . "A very important dimension of decarbonization tends to be forgotten. When we are looking at the global north as in developed countries obviously we are focused on decarbonization, reducing emissions, energy efficiency, being more cost effective and more effective in how we use the energy that we do have.That is the transition that we are looking towards – cleaner energy. But when we are looking to the global south, their energy transition goes from no energy to energy." "You have a lot of countries saying, ok people. Yes, we want to decarbonize, yes we want to use our resources as effectively as possible, but we also – and foremost – want to achieve the standard of living that you guys are already enjoying." "More and more countries, particularly in the global south, are realizing that nuclear is truly – or could be potentially – a game changer when it comes to providing abundant, clean, affordable 24 x 7 energy – not electricity, energy – for everybody." Dr. Sama Bilbao y Leon, the Director General of the World Nuclear Association We talked about the utility of small modular reactors (SMR) in bringing nuclear energy benefits to a broader selection of energy consumers – a term that includes all of us. Aside: Our conversation took a personal side trip to a time when Sama Bilbao y Leon, then a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin, was intrigued by a "crazy" talk describing the benefits of nuclear systems small enough to be called atomic engines. End Aside. We talked about the process that countries undertake when they choose to develop the capability to own and operate nuclear power plants. We speculated on nuclear energy's potential to provide the kind of "leapfrog" advance demonstrated by mobile phone technology. We also talked about ways to respond to inaccurate arguments claiming that there are no small modular reactors operating or that they are untested and unproven technologies. Dr. Sama Bilbao y Leon brings a diverse resume to her job. She started her professional career as a nuclear safety engineer with Dominion, a major utility with a large nuclear plant operating arm, became an associate professor of nuclear engineering at Virginia Commonwealth University – where she played a leading role in establishing a new nuclear engineering degree program – and served in a variety of leadership positions at international organizations like the IAEA and the NEA. She holds a PhD and master's degree in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Wisconsin Madison,, a master's (Energy Technologies) and bachelor's (Mechanical Engineering) degrees from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. I hope you enjoyed the show. Please participate in a conversation about the topics discussed. It would also be helpful and appreciated if you could take the time to provide a review of the Atomic Show on your podcast app of choice.

Morning Invest
This is a MASSIVE crime and Putin knows it | Redacted with Natali and Clayton Morris

Morning Invest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 91:07


Attacks continue against multiple nuclear power plants. Putin is demanding answers on multiple war crimes. Why isn't the United Nations or the IAEA interested in getting answers? Colleges continue to mandate boosters for Spring semester sign ups. 

Improve the News
November 23, 2022: Hunter laptop confirmation, Iran enrichment and crypto heist

Improve the News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 31:16


Facts & Spin for November 23, 2022 top stories: CBS verifies Hunter Biden's laptop, Republican states look to preserve a Trump border policy, Republicans accuse the Pentagon of harmful race and gender-based policies, Iran boosts uranium enrichment and the IAEA condemns them, Ukraine evacuates Kherson and Mykolaiv residents, A factory fire kills at least 38 in China, Fight between armed Colombian groups kills at least 18, The EU raises alarm over the license place dispute between Kosovo and Serbia, The Senate investigates a 2nd potential Supreme Court leak, and Two Estonian men arrested over $575M crypto scheme. Sources: https://www.improvethenews.org/   Brief Listener Survey: https://www.improvethenews.org/pod

Press the Button
Press the Button LIVE: IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi

Press the Button

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 27:15


Join us for a recap of Press the Button LIVE: Nuclear Policy in Crisis! Ploughshares Fund President Emma Belcher sits down with IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi to discuss a range of topics: safeguarding the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine, combating misinformation, and the complexity of reaffirming the Iran Nuclear Deal.

VOV - Việt Nam và Thế giới
Tin quốc tế: IAEA thị sát nhà máy điện hạt nhân Zaporizhzia đánh giá thiệt hại sau các vụ pháo kích

VOV - Việt Nam và Thế giới

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 2:48


- Hiện không có mối quan ngại tức thời nào về an toàn và an ninh hạt nhân tại nhà máy điện Zaporizhzia của Ukraine. Đây là khẳng định của Cơ quan Năng lượng nguyên tử quốc tế (IAEA) đưa ra tối qua (21/11) (giờ địa phương) sau khi các chuyên gia của cơ quan này thị sát địa điểm hạt nhân kể trên nhằm đánh giá thiệt hại sau các vụ pháo kích gần đây. Tác giả : Phương Anh/VOV1 Chủ đề : iaea, thị sát, nhà máy điện hạt nhân --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support

KPFA - UpFront
IAEA renews calls for DMZ near Zaporizhzhya NPP; Plus holiday COVID questions with Dr. Swartzberg

KPFA - UpFront

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 59:59


International Atomic Energy Agency Director-General, Rafael Mariano Grossi visits Zaporizhzhya NPP, September 1, 2022. | Image by IAEA is licensed under CC BY 2.0 On today's show: 0:08 – John Feffer (@johnfeffer), Director of Foreign Policy in Focus discusses the latest developments from Russia's war in Ukraine. 0:33 – Dr. John Swartzberg, clinical professor emeritus of infectious diseases at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health joins us to answer listeners' COVID questions. The post IAEA renews calls for DMZ near Zaporizhzhya NPP; Plus holiday COVID questions with Dr. Swartzberg appeared first on KPFA.

Decouple
Nuclear Energy: Climate Friend or Foe?

Decouple

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 45:03


Mark Nelson, managing director of the Radiant Energy Group, debates Tobias Holle, an activist with Fridays for Future Germany, at the pavilion of the International Atomic Energy Agency at COP27 in Egypt. The question at hand: is nuclear power a climate friend or foe? This event was streamlined live on IAEA social media channels on November 15, 2022: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdAV0kVJFWk

Monocle 24: The Briefing
Monday 21 November

Monocle 24: The Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 30:00


The IAEA's concerns over the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Ukraine, Japan's prime minister Fumio Kishida suffers another blow as another cabinet minister resigns, plus what we have learned so far from the US midterms.

VOV - Việt Nam và Thế giới
Tin quốc tế: Việt Nam tham gia cuộc họp định kỳ Hội đồng Thống đốc Cơ quan Năng lượng Nguyên tử quốc tế

VOV - Việt Nam và Thế giới

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 1:54


- Từ ngày 14-18/6/2022, tại Viên, Cộng hoà Áo, Hội đồng thống đốc (HĐTĐ) Cơ quan Năng lượng nguyên tử quốc tế (IAEA) đã tổ chức Cuộc họp định kỳ cuối cùng trong năm 2022 với sự tham dự của đại diện 35 quốc gia thành viên HĐTĐ, các nước thành viên IAEA và tổ chức quốc tế là quan sát viên. Đoàn Việt Nam do Đại sứ Nguyễn Trung Kiên, Thống đốc - Đại diện thường trực Việt Nam tại IAEA làm Trưởng đoàn; cùng tham dự có đại diện Binh chủng Hoá học, Bộ Quốc phòng và các đơn vị chuyên môn của Bộ Ngoại giao. Tác giả : Hải Đăng/VOV CH Czech Chủ đề : cơ quan, nguyên tử, quốc tế --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support

The John Batchelor Show
#Ukraine: Hard Lessons from Zaporizhzhia for the IAEA. Henry Sokolski, Nonproliferation Policy Education Center

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 9:30


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Ukraine: Hard Lessons from Zaporizhzhia for the IAEA. Henry Sokolski, Nonproliferation Policy Education Center https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0dc9ym0

뉴스 투데이
뉴스 투데이 2022/11/10 3부 - 11 10, 2022

뉴스 투데이

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 59:58


VOA 한국어 간판 뉴스 프로그램 '뉴스 투데이', 2022년 11월 10일 3부 방송입니다. 미국 중간선거 결과 의회 다수당의 변화가 예상되는 가운데 한반도 등 대외 현안들에 어떤 영향을 미칠지 주목됩니다. 미국과 한국, 일본, 중국의 정상들이 G20 정상회의에 참석하면서 북한 문제를 둘러싼 다자 외교전이 펼쳐질 전망입니다. 북한이 핵물질 생산을 위해 영변 핵시설을 지속적으로 가동하고 있다고 전 국제원자력기구(IAEA) 사무차장이 밝혔습니다. 방송 시간: 한반도 오후 11:00~자정 (UTC 14:00~15:00)

워싱턴 뉴스 광장
워싱턴 뉴스 광장 2022/11/11 - 11 11, 2022

워싱턴 뉴스 광장

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 59:54


VOA 한국어 아침 뉴스 프로그램 '워싱턴 뉴스 광장' 2022년 11월 11일 방송입니다. 미국 중간선거 결과 의회 다수당의 변화가 예상되는 가운데 한반도 등 대외 현안들에 어떤 영향을 미칠지 주목됩니다. 미국과 한국, 일본, 중국의 정상들이 G20 정상회의에 참석하면서 북한 문제를 둘러싼 다자 외교전이 펼쳐질 전망입니다. 북한이 핵물질 생산을 위해 영변 핵시설을 지속적으로 가동하고 있다고 전 국제원자력기구(IAEA) 사무차장이 밝혔습니다. 방송 시간: 한반도 오전 5:00~6:00 (UTC 20:00~21:00).

뉴스 투데이
뉴스 투데이 2022/11/10 1부 - 11 10, 2022

뉴스 투데이

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 59:59


VOA 한국어 간판 뉴스 프로그램 '뉴스 투데이', 2022년 11월 10일 1부 방송입니다. 미국 중간선거 결과 의회 다수당의 변화가 예상되는 가운데 한반도 등 대외 현안들에 어떤 영향을 미칠지 주목됩니다. 미국과 한국, 일본, 중국의 정상들이 G20 정상회의에 참석하면서 북한 문제를 둘러싼 다자 외교전이 펼쳐질 전망입니다. 북한이 핵물질 생산을 위해 영변 핵시설을 지속적으로 가동하고 있다고 전 국제원자력기구(IAEA) 사무차장이 밝혔습니다. 방송 시간: 한반도 오후 8:00~9:00 (UTC 11:00~12:00)

뉴스 투데이
뉴스 투데이 2022/11/10 2부 - 11 10, 2022

뉴스 투데이

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 59:59


VOA 한국어 간판 뉴스 프로그램 '뉴스 투데이', 2022년 11월 10일 2부 방송입니다. 미국 중간선거 결과 의회 다수당의 변화가 예상되는 가운데 한반도 등 대외 현안들에 어떤 영향을 미칠지 주목됩니다. 미국과 한국, 일본, 중국의 정상들이 G20 정상회의에 참석하면서 북한 문제를 둘러싼 다자 외교전이 펼쳐질 전망입니다. 북한이 핵물질 생산을 위해 영변 핵시설을 지속적으로 가동하고 있다고 전 국제원자력기구(IAEA) 사무차장이 밝혔습니다. 방송 시간: 한반도 오후 9:00~10:00 (UTC 12:00~13:00)

The Russia-Ukraine War Report
Russia-Ukraine War Update for November 2, 2022

The Russia-Ukraine War Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 32:42


The Malcontent News Russia-Ukraine War Update is a truth-based, fact-checked update on events happening on and off the battlefield in Ukraine. Our team reviews hundreds of sources of information a day to help you stay informed. Today's update with your host, Linnea Hubbard, covers:1:23 DAILY ASSESSMENT3:49 KHERSON COUNTEROFFENSIVE & MYKOLAIV9:05 DNIPROPETROVSK & ZAPORIZHIA11:00 SOUTHWESTERN DONETSK14:39 NORTHEAST DONETSK17:18 LUHANSK19:31 LUHANSK19:31 CHERNIHIV & SUMY REGION20:02 KYIV REGION20:14 BLACK SEA, CRIMEA & ODESA20:49 WESTERN & CENTRAL UKRAINE21:25 RUSSIAN FRONT23:15 THEATERWIDE AND OUTSIDE OF UKRAINE27:13 RUSSIAN MOBILIZATION & MILITARY STATUS29:56 GEOPOLITICS AND ECONOMICSSupport the show

Daily News Brief by TRT World
October 28, 2022

Daily News Brief by TRT World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 2:19


*) Elon Musk takes over Twitter, sacks top executives Tesla CEO Elon Musk has taken over Twitter and immediately sacked its top executives. Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal was among the executives terminated by Musk, who formally completed the 44-billion-dollar buyout deal on Friday. Musk had a court-imposed Friday deadline to complete the Twitter deal he had inked in April. *) IAEA to conduct 'independent' probe into Ukraine dirty bomb allegations The UN's nuclear watchdog will this week carry out an "independent verification" of Russian allegations concerning the production of so-called dirty bombs at two sites in Ukraine. Russia has accused Ukraine of preparing to use such a weapon against Moscow's troops, but Kiev suspects Russia might itself use a dirty bomb in a "false flag" attack. International Atomic Energy Agency head Rafael Grossi said, "IAEA inspectors will conduct independent verification at these locations". *) Parliament approves Sudani's government in Iraq Iraqi lawmakers have approved a new government , a key step forward after bitter infighting between multiple factions and deadly violence following contested elections. Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani's 21-member cabinet is expected to face myriad challenges. The oil-rich but war-ravaged country is plagued by endemic corruption, rampant unemployment and decaying infrastructure. *) North Korea fires two ballistic missiles: South's military North Korea has fired two short-range ballistic missiles, according to the South's military. The launch comes as South Korea and the US conclude 12 days of joint military drills. Such drills infuriate Pyongyang, which sees them as rehearsals for invasion. It has repeatedly justified its missile launches as necessary "countermeasures" to what it deems US aggression. And finally… *) Prince Harry's memoir title 'Spare' is set to come out in January Prince Harry's memoir, which drew anticipation worldwide since first announced last year, is coming out on January 10. The book will be called “Spare” and is being billed by Penguin Random House, as an account told with “raw, unflinching honesty" and filled with ”insight and revelation”. The memoir's title is an apparent reference to Prince Harry's being a royal “spare,” not the first in line to succession as William, Prince of Wales, is next in line.

Tagesschau (512x288)
28.10.2022 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr

Tagesschau (512x288)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 15:32


Themen der Sendung: Bundespräsident Steinmeier appelliert in Rede zur Lage der Nation an deutschen Widerstandsgeist nach Epochenbruch, IAEA schickt Inspekorenteams in die Ukraine nach russischen Vorwürfen zu radioaktiver Bombe, Parteichef Söder kritisiert auf CSU-Parteitag die Politik der Ampel, Milliardär Musk kauft Kurzmitteilungsdienst Twitter für 44 Milliarden Dollar, Inflationsrate steigt laut Angaben des Statistischen Bundesamtes im Oktober auf 10,4 Prozent, Brandanschlag auf geplante Flüchtlingsunterkunft im sächsischen Bautzen, EU-Mitgliedsstaaten vereinbaren Zulassungsstopp für Neuwagen mit Verbrennungsmotor ab 2035, Proteste gegen das Regime im Iran werden trotz Gewaltanwendung durch Einsatzkräfte fortgesetzt, Musiker-Legende Jerry Lee Lewis im Alter von 87 Jahren verstorben, Das Wetter

Tagesschau (Audio-Podcast)
28.10.2022 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr

Tagesschau (Audio-Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 15:32


Themen der Sendung: Bundespräsident Steinmeier appelliert in Rede zur Lage der Nation an deutschen Widerstandsgeist nach Epochenbruch, IAEA schickt Inspekorenteams in die Ukraine nach russischen Vorwürfen zu radioaktiver Bombe, Parteichef Söder kritisiert auf CSU-Parteitag die Politik der Ampel, Milliardär Musk kauft Kurzmitteilungsdienst Twitter für 44 Milliarden Dollar, Inflationsrate steigt laut Angaben des Statistischen Bundesamtes im Oktober auf 10,4 Prozent, Brandanschlag auf geplante Flüchtlingsunterkunft im sächsischen Bautzen, EU-Mitgliedsstaaten vereinbaren Zulassungsstopp für Neuwagen mit Verbrennungsmotor ab 2035, Proteste gegen das Regime im Iran werden trotz Gewaltanwendung durch Einsatzkräfte fortgesetzt, Musiker-Legende Jerry Lee Lewis im Alter von 87 Jahren verstorben, Das Wetter

Tagesschau (320x240)
28.10.2022 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr

Tagesschau (320x240)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 15:32


Themen der Sendung: Bundespräsident Steinmeier appelliert in Rede zur Lage der Nation an deutschen Widerstandsgeist nach Epochenbruch, IAEA schickt Inspekorenteams in die Ukraine nach russischen Vorwürfen zu radioaktiver Bombe, Parteichef Söder kritisiert auf CSU-Parteitag die Politik der Ampel, Milliardär Musk kauft Kurzmitteilungsdienst Twitter für 44 Milliarden Dollar, Inflationsrate steigt laut Angaben des Statistischen Bundesamtes im Oktober auf 10,4 Prozent, Brandanschlag auf geplante Flüchtlingsunterkunft im sächsischen Bautzen, EU-Mitgliedsstaaten vereinbaren Zulassungsstopp für Neuwagen mit Verbrennungsmotor ab 2035, Proteste gegen das Regime im Iran werden trotz Gewaltanwendung durch Einsatzkräfte fortgesetzt, Musiker-Legende Jerry Lee Lewis im Alter von 87 Jahren verstorben, Das Wetter

Aposto! Altı Otuz
Aposto Altı Otuz | 26 Ekim Çarşamba - 10 dakikalık ifade, işçilerin sesi

Aposto! Altı Otuz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 10:45


Günaydın. Bartın'daki maden patlamasına ilişkin TTK yöneticilerinin ifadelerinin alınması 10 dakika sürdü. Kirli bomba iddiaları sonrası IAEA, Ukrayna'da incelemede bulunacağını açıkladı. Avrupa'da işçiler daha iyi koşullar için ayaklandı. Bugünün bülteni Bir Adım Sağlık ile birlikte ulaşıyor. Fotoğraf: Ali Balıkçı/Anadolu Ajansı

Daily News Brief by TRT World
October 25, 2022

Daily News Brief by TRT World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 2:11


*) Rishi Sunak vows 'stability and unity' as UK's next prime minister, Britain's incoming prime minister Rishi Sunak has vowed to bring "stability and unity" at a time of economic crisis after he was named the Conservative party's new leader. He told reporters, the United Kingdom is a great country but there is no doubt “we face a profound economic challenge," Sunak said the country now needs stability and unity, and he will make it his utmost priority to bring his party and his country together. *) IAEA prepares to study Russia's 'dirty bomb' claims in Ukraine The UN nuclear watchdog says it is preparing to send inspectors in the coming days to two Ukrainian sites at Kiev's request. The move is an apparent reaction to Russian claims that Ukraine could deploy a so-called dirty bomb, which Ukraine denies. The International Atomic Energy Agency's announcement follows claims by a senior Russian officer that two institutes in Ukraine linked to the nuclear industry were engaged in preparations to produce such a bomb. *) Israel kills, wounds many Palestinians during raid Five Palestinians were killed and 22 others injured in a raid by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank. Palestine's Health Ministry said the Israeli fire killed three people in Nablus and wounded 19 others. It also reported that another Palestinian was killed by Israeli fire in Ramallah, and later, one more killed in Nablus. *) Nine dead, million seek shelter as cyclone hits Bangladesh At least nine people have died after a cyclone slammed into Bangladesh, forcing the evacuation of around a million people from their homes. Cyclone Sitrang made landfall in southern Bangladesh late Monday but authorities managed to get about a million people to safety before the monster weather system hit. Cyclones are a regular menace but scientists say the climate crisis is likely making them more intense and frequent. *) King cobra escape shuts down Swedish zoo A Swedish zoo has been partially shut down after a king cobra staged an impressive escape from its enclosure, with staff still searching for the venomous vagrant. The snake escaped through a lamp fixture in a terrarium and was believed to be somewhere in an inner ceiling. The cobra had only been brought to the zoo a few days earlier.

Morning Invest
Here we go! Putin WARNS of nuclear detonation, NATO readies forces | Redacted with Clayton Morris

Morning Invest

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 88:01


Putin warns the west that Ukraine is prepping a tactical nuclear weapon and invites the IAEA to verify. US confirms US Army forces deployed to Ukraine. China's president Xi Jinping has become the strongest leader in the world. And Ethiopia holds massive protests against western interference. 

What Bitcoin Did
Mining Bitcoin with Nuclear Energy with Ryan MacLeod

What Bitcoin Did

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 80:11 Very Popular


“Bitcoin mining can be plugged into the existing nuclear fleet as it and shore up the economics right now, because a lot of the reactors that are being shut down are because they're not economically competitive on a grid that has a large share of wind and solar.”— Ryan MacLeodRyan MacLeod is a Bitcoiner working in the reactor research and safety programs at Canadian Nuclear Labs. In this interview, we discuss the importance and safety of nuclear energy, and how Ryan is trying to orange pill the nuclear industry by showing how Bitcoin aids the economic case. - - - - The growing consensus is that nuclear energy needs to play a critical part in providing society's energy needs. It is both a low-carbon energy source, energy-dense, and (dependent upon operation) reliable. And yet, nuclear only provides 10% of the world's energy needs, down from 18% in 1996. Whilst the IAEA forecasts only a 12% contribution by 2050 in its high-case projection.The issue to date has been the safety concerns regarding nuclear energy. High-profile accidents have clouded the public's perception of the nuclear industry and influenced anti-nuclear policies in numerous countries. The build-out of new nuclear capacity dropped significantly after Chernobyl, an accident that some feared had come close to making half of Europe uninhabitable. The reality is that Chernobyl was an accident unlike any other, which indicated the malaise of a waning superpower, rather than an industry that was inherently dangerous. Since then, reactor technology and the treatment of waste have continued to improve. We are now on the cusp of countries being able to roll out Small Modular Reactors that are cheaper, safer and more scalable than existing designs. It has the potential to revolutionize nuclear power just when we need it.And yet, the economics of nuclear energy are still challenging. High capital costs mean that nuclear facilities need to have a high capacity to make the investment worthwhile. Cheaper energy from solar and wind are adding to the complexity of the issue. There are other uses for nuclear energy that can be monetised, but these have their own specific infrastructure and operational requirements. This is where Bitcoin mining could provide a bridge. It eliminates the concept of surplus baseload generation, bolstering the economic bottom line of both old and new reactors. And it can do this from day one. So, could Bitcoin mining be the catalyst for a renaissance of the nuclear industry? If so, it will be young professionals such as Ryan MacLeod who are helping to lead the change.- - - - This episode's sponsors:Gemini - Buy Bitcoin instantlyLedn - Financial services for Bitcoin hodlersBitcasino - The Future of Gaming is herePacific Bitcoin - Bitcoin‑only event, Nov 10 & 11, 2022Ledger - State of the art Bitcoin hardware walletWasabi Wallet - Privacy by defaultTexas Blockchain Summit - Nov 17-18, 2022 | Austin, TexasBCB Group - Global digital financial Services-----WBD557 - Show Notes-----If you enjoy The What Bitcoin Did Podcast you can help support the show by doing the following:Become a Patron and get access to shows early or help contributeMake a tip:Bitcoin: 3FiC6w7eb3dkcaNHMAnj39ANTAkv8Ufi2SQR Codes: BitcoinIf you do send a tip then please email me so that I can say thank youSubscribe on iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | Deezer | TuneIn | RSS FeedLeave a review on iTunesShare the show and episodes with your friends and familySubscribe to the newsletter on my websiteFollow me on Twitter Personal | Twitter Podcast | Instagram | Medium | YouTubeIf you are interested in sponsoring the show, you can read more about that here or please feel free to drop me an email to discuss options.

The John Batchelor Show
#Ukraine: The IAEA demands Russia depart from the plant. Henry Sokolski, Nonproliferation Policy Education Center.

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 9:20


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Ukraine: The IAEA demands Russia depart from the plant. Henry Sokolski, Nonproliferation Policy Education Center. https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/iaea-board-passes-resolution-calling-russia-leave-zaporizhzhia-2022-09-15/

The John Batchelor Show
#Iran: The four unsolved sites of a suspect nuclear weapons program. Andrea Stricker, FDD

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 9:10


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Iran: The four unsolved sites of a suspect nuclear weapons program. Andrea Stricker, FDD https://isis-online.org/uploads/isis-reports/documents/The_IAEA's_Iran_NPT_Safeguards_Report_-_Sept_8_2022_Final.pdf

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Russian invaders turn area around Ukraine nuclear plant into combat zone

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 7:00


The U.N.'s nuclear watchdog made its strongest warning yet of the possibility of an accident at the Russian-held Zaporizhzhia plant in Ukraine. The IAEA said a lack of external power and staff access to the plant made this moment critical. This week, Nick Schifrin and his team traveled to the nearby village of Nikopol and discovered Russia has turned the nuclear plant into a combat zone. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Wednesday, September 7th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 14:15


This is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Wednesday, September 7th, 2022. We’re half way through the week ladies and gentleman, let’s see what the news cycle has for us today… but first: Club Membership Plug: Let’s stop and take a moment to talk about Fight Laugh Feast Club membership. By joining the Fight Laugh Feast Army, not only will you be aiding in our fight to take down secular & legacy media; but you’ll also get access to content placed in our Club Portal, such as past shows, all of our conference talks, and EXCLUSIVE content for club members that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Lastly, you’ll also get discounts for our conferences… so if you’ve got $10 bucks a month to kick over our way, you can sign up now at flfnetwork.com https://www.foxnews.com/world/un-inspectors-find-damage-ukraines-zaporizhzhia-buildings-housing-fresh-nuclear-fuel-radioactive-waste UN inspectors find damage to Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia buildings housing 'fresh' nuclear fuel, radioactive waste U.N. nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), said Tuesday it found damage caused to buildings at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant (ZNPP) that are housing "fresh" nuclear fuel and solid radioactive waste. "The team closely witnessed shelling in the vicinity of the ZNPP, in particular on 3 Sept. when the team was instructed to evacuate to the ground level of the Administrative Building," a report by IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi to the United Nations Security Council said. "Moreover, the team observed damage at different locations caused by reported events with some of the damage being close to the reactor buildings." Grossi’s report Tuesday is the first update the international community has received on Europe’s largest nuclear power plant since Russia invaded Ukraine in February. The ZNPP has seen repeated damage caused by shelling that has hit the plant’s power lines connecting it to Ukraine’s electrical grid as well as its structural integrity. In his report, Grossi detailed several events that have "significantly compromised" the plant’s "Seven Pillars" – a standard at which the IAEA bases its security guidelines – since the ZNPP was first occupied in early March by Russian forces. The IAEA chief laid out a litany of concerns relating to damages inflicted on the plant’s electrical system, harm caused to the Central Alarm Station and damage inflicted on a container where the radiation monitoring system is located. The IAEA report also "noted with concern that the shelling could have impacted safety related structures, systems and components, and could have caused safety significant impacts, loss of lives and personnel injuries." Both Russia and Ukraine have accused each other of targeting the nuclear power plant, though the IAEA report did not clarify who is responsible for the attacks on the ZNPP. https://hotair.com/jazz-shaw/2022/09/06/ho-hum-another-47b-for-ukraine-covid-whatever-n494624 Ho hum. Another $47B for Ukraine, COVID, whatever Hey, what’s a paltry fifty billion dollars between friends, right? That’s roughly the amount of money that the Biden administration is asking Congress to approve in a short-term spending bill. The request is being described by the White House as “technical assistance to Congress” in the form of a continuing resolution. Biden’s people would like to see this spending bill pass as a standalone measure before the debate over the big spending bill takes place. That needs to be done by September 30, barely five weeks ahead of the midterm elections. And where will this latest mountain of money be going? To Ukraine, of course. And also to fight COVID, which will apparently be an excuse that we use indefinitely from here on out. Oh, and monkeypox too, or whatever we’re supposed to be calling it this week. There’s also some money for natural disaster recovery in there, which should probably be handled by FEMA. (Government Executive) While Congress and the Biden administration are still hammering out a budget deal for the upcoming fiscal year, the Biden administration is asking for a short-term funding measure with specific funding, totaling $47.1 billion, to support Ukraine, respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and monkeypox spread as well as help areas impacted by natural disasters. The White House said on Friday that a continuing resolution will be needed as the fiscal year ends on Sept. 30, however the administration is confident Congress will come to a bipartisan agreement. If no agreement is reached by the end of the fiscal year, then a government shutdown will begin just over a month from the midterm elections. “Today, as part of our prudent planning for the end of the fiscal year, we are providing technical assistance to Congress on a short-term CR,” which “provides guidance to lawmakers on funding and legislative adjustments that are necessary to avoid disruptions to a range of important public services,” wrote Shalanda Young, director of the Office of Management and Budget, in a blog post. One part of the problem with this situation is that we have blown through so much magical money over the past couple of years, measured in the trillions and largely blamed on the pandemic, that people have likely become numb. At this point, $47.1 billion dollars probably sounds like “no big deal.” Some of us are old enough to remember when a billion dollars sounded like a lot of money. We should be asking the White House to explain precisely how much of this batch of money would be going to Ukraine. We have given more cash and other forms of aid to the Ukrainians than just about every other country combined. Where is all of this money going? How many of the weapons we have sent over there actually made it to the battlefield to fight the Russians and how many of them mysteriously disappeared? We don’t know because we’ve never been told and nobody seems to be keeping track of any of this. Even CNN is admitting that the White House is unable to track any of this. Before the invasion began and Zelensky was turned into some sort of superhero action figure, his government was regularly being investigated for corruption and a lot of arms trafficking took place in Ukraine. Shouldn’t we have a better idea of what’s going on? Some of the rest of the money is supposedly going to “fight COVID.” But how long will we be footing those bills? Not that many people seem to be lining up for booster shots and our businesses and schools are allegedly almost entirely open. Is “fighting COVID” going to be the new magical phrase every time the White House wants to pluck the next fifty billion dollars from the magical money tree in the Rose Garden? The money for natural disasters seems fine, provided it goes to where it’s really needed. Of course, that’s a pretty big assumption these days when we can apparently spend any amount of money domestically provided you work the phrase “climate change” into the title of the bill. https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-project-veritas-exposes-nyc-charter-school-principal-discriminatory-hiring-practices?utm_campaign=64487 Project Veritas exposes NYC charter school principal discriminatory hiring practices Project Veritas has exposed another teacher who engages in discriminatory hiring practices and encourages the indoctrination of students. An assistant principal in Neighborhood Charter Schools in New York City is revealed to use interview questions to weed out candidates who will not go along with his progressive agenda. New York City Assistant Principal Exposed For Discriminatory Hiring Practices Against Conservatives Wow… you can watch the full video on Project Veritas’ youtube channel, and I even have it linked for you in the show notes. Great work from Project Veritas at exposing the truth. https://townhall.com/tipsheet/juliorosas/2022/09/06/chicago-asking-for-donations-as-texas-sends-migrants-to-il-during-border-crisis-n2612691 Chicago Asking for Help After Texas Sends Over...100 Migrants to IL The city of Chicago is asking for volunteers and donations for migrants who are being bused to Illinois from Texas as illegal border crossings continue to remain at an all-time high. The Associated Press reported the plea for help from the Windy City comes as only two buses arrived from Texas, totaling around 125 people who illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border and were then processed and released by Border Patrol. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot (D) "said the city had not yet heard from any Texas officials and urged Texas’ Republican governor, Greg Abbott, to collaborate on a more humane treatment of the immigrants." Abbott added Chicago as a destination migrants can opt to go to for free in addition to Washington, D.C. and New York City to relieve stress on Texas border towns. Lightfoot accused Abbott of treating the migrants like cargo. "He tries to send human beings, not cargo, not freight, but human beings across the country to an uncertain destination. He is manufacturing a human crisis and it makes no sense to me." But according to NewsNation Ali Bradley reporter, migrants who have taken Texas buses said they felt respected throughout the process. https://twitter.com/i/status/1566929765885419524 - Play Video Well there you go, so all is well sanctuary cities! Now it wouldn’t be a Garrison newsbrief if we didn’t talk about my favorite topic… sports! https://nypost.com/2022/09/05/frances-tiafoe-upsets-rafael-nadal-in-us-open-fourth-round/ American Frances Tiafoe upsets Rafael Nadal in US Open fourth round Frances Tiafoe talked a big game and delivered a bigger one. Greatness was predicted for Tiafoe when he broke onto the scene eight years ago with his speed and power. He finally showed that skill set that had everyone agog when he was 16. And then he broke down in tears after match point when he achieved Monday’s milestone. Before the Round of 16 matchup, Tiafoe expressed confidence he could knock out Spanish legend Rafael Nadal and post the largest win of his as yet unfulfilled career. The 24-year-old American blasted through at Arthur Ashe Stadium on Labor Day before a manic, pro-Tiafoe crowd to upset Nadal with a blistering serve and forehand to make his first Open quarterfinals. Tiafoe, the 22nd seed, stunned No. 2 Nadal 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3. It was the first time the 36-year-old Nadal lost to an American at a major in 17 years when he was beaten by James Blake. This has been Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief. If you liked the show, hit that share button down below. If you want to sign up for a club membership, then sign up for our conference with that club discount, and THEN sign up for a magazine, you can do all of that at fightlaughfeast.com. And as always, if you’d like to email me a news story, ask about our conference, or become a corporate partner of CrossPolitic, email me, at garrison@fightlaughfeast.com. For CrossPolitic News… I’m Garrison Hardie. Have a great day, and Lord bless!

The John Batchelor Show
#Ukraine: #IAEA: "Gravely concerned" over Zaporizhzhia. Henry Sokolski, Nonproliferation Policy Education Center.

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 11:25


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Ukraine: #IAEA: "Gravely concerned" over Zaporizhzhia. Henry Sokolski, Nonproliferation Policy Education Center. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/energy-environment/daily-on-energy-inspectors-detail-of-the-catastrophic-risk-at-zaporizhzhia-nuclear-plant

PBS NewsHour - Segments
IAEA calls for demilitarized zone around Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Ukraine

PBS NewsHour - Segments