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Under lush green fertile lands, the Guarani Aquifer spans over 1.2 million square kilometres
31 March 2015 News Story

IAEA Impact: Brazil and Its Neighbours Work to Protect One of the World's Largest Groundwater Reservoirs

Shrouded in mystery, the future of the largest groundwater reservoir in Latin America once left scientists, academics and politicians in Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay concerned about the fate of their major freshwater resource.

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31 March 2015 Press Release

IAEA Mission Concludes Peer Review of the United Arab Emirates Nuclear Emergency Plans for Barakah Nuclear Power Plant

A team of experts concluded an 11-day IAEA mission to review the emergency preparedness and response arrangements in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the Barakah Nuclear Power Plant.

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27 March 2015 Press Release

IAEA Mission Concludes Peer Review of India's Nuclear Regulatory Framework

Senior international nuclear safety experts concluded a 12-day IAEA mission to review India's regulatory framework for safety of nuclear power plants (NPPs).

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26 March 2015 News Story

IAEA Director General Commends India's Cancer Control Expertise

The establishment of comprehensive cancer control programmes in developing countries demonstrates how nuclear technology can contribute to global development, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano said during a visit to the Tata Memorial Centre cancer hospital in Mumbai.

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25 March 2015 News Story

Open for Applications: IAEA Coordinated Research Activities in 2015

Research institutes and organizations interested in gaining access to vast global databases of research findings and taking part in papers submitted to high-level, peer-reviewed journals, can now submit a proposal for a Research Contract or Agreement to take part in IAEA-coordinated research activities this year

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24 March 2015 News Story

Safeguards: Preventing the Spread of Nuclear Weapons

The IAEA is often called the world's "nuclear watchdog". Have you ever wondered why that is?

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Manoj Chumroo
24 March 2015 News Story

IAEA Impact: More Bountiful Crops With Every Drop Using Drip Irrigation in Mauritius

Cauliflower, broccoli, sweet pepper and many other nutritious vegetables used to be expensive in Mauritius. This has all changed over the past few years, and local farms are now starting to supply the country's growing population and burgeoning tourism industry with fresh, locally grown produce.

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Yukiya Amano
23 March 2015 News Story

IAEA Director General Urges Iran to Clarify Nuclear Concerns

Iran needs to help clarify concerns about possible military dimensions to its nuclear programme but progress so far has been limited, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano said in a statement at the Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference in Washington.

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