After Fukushima, many governments decided to reconsider their dealings with nuclear stuff.
It seems that nuclear waste has turned into a major problem for Germany. The news magazine Der Spiegel released on 21 February a report about Asse II- an old mine in the German state of Lower Saxony, claiming that its condition and the works being done there have turned not only into a technical, but also into ecological and political problem.
According to the article, some 126,000 barrels of nu...
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