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19 April 2019
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African progress
Anthony Stott from the International Atomic Energy Agency’s Infrastructure Development Section talks to NEI about nuclear developments in Africa.

Improving xenon monitoring
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is working with medical isotope production facilities around the world in a project that could help ensure the continued effectiveness of nuclear explosion monitoring.

Concrete progress at Akkuyu
Caroline Peachey reports from Akkuyu, the construction site of Turkey’s first nuclear plant, and the first in the world to be developed under the build-own-operate model.

Easing the burden
Michael McMahon and Dan Collier outline the benefits of NAC Reporter for nuclear material control and accounting.

Uzbekistan’s nuclear aspirations
Uzbekistan is planning to build its first nuclear power plant with assistance from Russia. Jurabek Mirzamakhmudov, director general of Uzatom speaks to NEI about these plans.

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