2. China may resume approvals for new nuclear power plant projects early next year when a nuclear safety plan is completed, the official China Securities Journal reported on Wednesday.
3. A CNN journalist said he saw thousands of barrels at the Sabha site evidently filled with raw uranium. The International Atomic Energy Agency on Friday affirmed that there is a cache of yellowcake uranium in Libya.
The reported sighting of the uranium at the Sabha military facility -- now in the hands of opposition fighters -- seems to conflict with information provided by the United States in August that all unrefined uranium in the country was stored at a nuclear reactor at Tajura. The reactor reportedly holds roughly 500 to 900 metric tons of yellowcake uranium, according to previous reports. The nuclear material is not judged a high-level security risk, as it would need considerable industrial-level processing and enrichment to be suitable for use in a weapon
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