Japanese authorities say over 60 radioactive substances have been removed from the waste water but admit it still contains tritium and carbon-14
Japan's new policy comes after seeing Russian missile strikes target Ukraine's nuclear power plants and grids over the last year
Japan has set a new target for 20% of the country's energy coming from nuclear power by 2030, AP News says
UK National Security Adviser Sir Stephen Lovegrove says there is an absence of safeguards to prevent nuclear war, particularly with China.
Lindsay Krall at Stanford University found SMRs - being developed for China nuclear power and elsewhere - could increase the volume of some waste by up to 35 times
Tepco plans to filter the contaminated water to remove isotopes, leaving only tritium, a radioactive isotope of hydrogen hard to separate from water
Oil, grains rise; Palladium prices surge, gold climbs; Aluminium at record-high; Nickel up on Russian supply worries; Fears of food inflation as wheat, corn, edible oil prices rally