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Faced with the energy crisis, Germany plans to question the abandonment of nuclear power

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Germany was due to shut down its atomic plants December 31 but Russia's invasion of Ukraine has thrown the long-promised plans into doubt. Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Wednesday that it "make sense" to keep Germany's remaining nuclear plants running. Europe's biggest economy scrambles for power sources to make up for shortfalls from Russia.
Faced with the energy crisis, Germany plans to question the abandonment of nuclear power
11 days ago·Berlin, Germany

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