China has begun construction on its first nuclear power plant on the sea this week.
The project, which will cost 14 billion yuan ($2 billion), is being built on the coast of Yantai in Shandong province, eastern China, Qilu Evening News reported.
North Korean defectors revealed that Kim Jong-Un’s grisly nuclear tests were allegedly performed without informing civilians.
Years of nuclear testing are starting to take its toll on the affected Kilju county in North Korea, according to a defectors who said the region’s underground wells have dried up after the sixth nuclear test and that 80% of the planted trees eventually died off.
One photographer had the opportunity to get a rare look inside the abandoned radioactive towns of Fukushima, Japan four years after two natural disasters triggered a meltdown at the nuclear plant.
Arkadiusz Podniesiński, 44, is a Polish photographer and filmmaker who received special permits to visit the towns in Fukushima affected by radiation from the infamous nuclear accident of 2011. The sights he witnessed tell a tragic story of the people who were forced to leave their homes following the nearby power plant meltdown.