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Former Director For Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Believes That HBO Got Villain Right, Hero Wrong

Ever since the limited series Chernobyl dropped to HBO, viewers have been wading through the information to find out what was correctly portrayed in the series and what wasn’t. While the vast majority of the information shown in the TV series is factually correct, there are a few inconsistencies as well as some minor dramatic licenses taken. Now, the former director for the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant has voiced his… Read More »Former Director For Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Believes That HBO Got Villain Right, Hero Wrong

Europe struggles to keep nuclear deal alive amid Iranian threats

France, Germany and the United Kingdom continue to work to salvage the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. But as Derek Stoffel writes, Tehran is losing faith in the European efforts, which continue to be scuppered by the “maximum pressure” position of the United States. CBC | World News

How the U.S. could respond to Iran’s 1st breach of the nuclear pact

Iran’s first breach of the nuclear deal doesn’t rise to the level of a direct danger yet, proliferation experts say. But the White House appears to be dramatizing the non-compliance to pressure European powers to shun Tehran before a more significant violation can happen. CBC | World News