Dimona Nuclear Reactor: 10 Years Past Its Projected Lifespan With No Plans to Be Shut Down

Israel admits for the first time that it has no plans to shut down the 50-year-old reactor. Members of the regulatory panel claim the projection was inaccurate

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For the first time, the government admitted that although the nuclear reactor in Dimona is more than half a century old, it has set no deadline by which it must be shut down.