Ukraine marked on Friday the 33rd anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, when the 4th unit of the plant exploded in the early hours of April 26, 1986.
With Belgium set to turn its back on nuclear power in 2025, what future does the industry have in Europe?
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: Greece calls for EU to help free two soldiers arrested in Turkey; and Belgian residents get free iodine
All residents within 100 kilometres of a nuclear power station are eligible, effectively covering the whole country
Greenpeace Russia says a legal case offers the best chance of finding out the source of the ruthenium 106 radioactive leak.
Russia's weather service has confirmed there were "extremely high" concentrations of radio activity in several parts of the country in late September.
A court in Fukushima has ruled that Tokyo Electric Power and the Japanese government are liable for damages of almost 38 million Euros
An ageing Belgian nuclear plant near the German border has led authorities in Aachen to issue iodine tablets.
Final efforts are underway to complete an ice wall at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
Six years on from a massive nuclear disaster, accumulations of lava-like layers were found inside Fukushima nuclear plant.
Six years after the Fukushima nuclear accident, operators of the affected Daiichi Power Plant are using robot technology to check for new damage.
The trial has begun in Japan of three Tepco executives accused of negligence in Fukushima nuclear disaster
A court in Japan has ruled for the first time that the state is jointly liable for negligence over the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011.
The country is marking the sixth anniversary of the disaster, which killed more than 18,000 people
Trace amounts of radioactive Iodine-131 have been detected in seven countries ranging from Norway to Spain, which has baffled European authorities
Boars in the Czech Republic are radioactive. They're eating radioactive mushrooms and its contaminating the local delicacy meat
In Chernobyl, Ukraine, the site of the world’s worst nuclear disaster, a giant protective shield is slowly being moved into place a couple of feet at a time.
After years of work and 1.5 billion euros, the new safety housing for the stricken Chernobyl nuclear reactor begins to slide gently into place.
Authorities in Norway are insisting that a small leak at a nuclear reactor has been contained, with no injuries sustained and no expected environmental damage outside the facility in Halden near the b