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12:31
12:31

Japanese Dancer Inspires Refugees with Lessons from Hiroshima Bombing Government of Japan 2 1

The performer drew inspirations from his country’s horrific experience of World War II when the United States detonated two nuclear weapons, 600 meters above Hiroshima and Nagasaki cities on 6 and 9 August 1945, respectively. The explosions wiped out 90 per cent of the cities and instantly killed 80,000 people. Others, in tens of thousands, died of radiation exposure years later.
10:49
10:49

Uganda Nuclear Ambition Gets Another Boost nuclear weapons 1 1

Ugandas nuclear energy ambitions were further boosted by the visit of six experts from International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA for the onsite mission to uranium rich districts in the country. Uganda plans to produce up to 30,000 Megawatts of electricity from its uranium by 2026.
14:52
14:52

Uganda Maintains Nuclear Power Ambitions nuclear weapons 1 1

Muloni said that the Government of Uganda continues to prepare for the introduction of nuclear power as part of the diversification strategy for meeting future electricity needs for social economic development.
19:34
19:34

Uganda Hosts Africa Nuclear Experts Meeting nuclear energy 1 Top story

Experts from several African countries are in Uganda to discuss how to safely apply nuclear technology in agriculture, energy generation and medication.
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18:25

Uganda's Massive Bet On Nuclear Energy atomic energy 1 Top story

A survey of potential sites for nuclear power development was conducted by the Siting Working Group SWG comprising of experts from different Ministries and Departments. The results of the survey recommended areas around the Kyoga, Katonga and Aswa regions as the most suitable potential sites for nuclear stations and substations.
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