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What the papers say - THE SUNDAY TIMES

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Russia's ministry for nuclear energy has approved the construction of two floating nuclear power stations, despite the fears of environmentalists and nuclear proliferation experts that they could be vulnerable to terrorist attacks. The £110M stations are designed to deliver power for towns of around 50,000 population. They will be moored off the north Russian coast, and towed once a decade to St Petersburg, where waste will be removed and the stations refuelled.

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