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In this issue of the Monitor:
- We update the situation at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in the US following the serious accident in February;
- Engineer and whistleblower Evert van Amerongen writes about the dangerous hypocrisy of Dutch nuclear legislation;
- We summarise the latest World Energy Outlook report of the International Energy Agency; and
- We summarise the uranium agreement between the Nigerien government and Areva.
The Nuclear News section has reports on a Lifetime Achievement Award for Michael Mariotte of the Nuclear Information & Resource Service; a waste transport ship fire in the UK; leaked photos revealing the decrepit states of nuclear waste storage ponds at Sellafield in the UK; 143 states support a UN resolution calling for DU clean-up assistance; and in Germany, activists held up a uranium train in Hamburg for seven hours, and authorities performed poorly in a nuclear accident training exercise.
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Regards from the editorial team.