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Japan's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant Meltdown

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Up to the minute news updates on the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Disaster due to Japan's Tsunami and Earthquake.
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After Fukushima, is it moral for Australia to sell uranium to India? - The Guardian

The Guardian

After Fukushima, is it moral for Australia to sell uranium to India?
The Guardian
... significant lengths to hide the true extend of the meltdown from the public, and from their ally the United States, according to a report in the New York Times. Although Tokyo was not evacuated, over 300,000 people from the Fukushima area were ...
Fukushima operator, Sellafield to compare nuclear notesYahoo News UK

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Russian Scientists Travel to Kuril Islands to Study Effects of Fukushima Meltdown - The Moscow Times

The Moscow Times

Russian Scientists Travel to Kuril Islands to Study Effects of Fukushima Meltdown
The Moscow Times
Russian scientists will travel Thursday to the Kuril Islands in order to assess the fallout from Japan's Fukushima disaster, expedition head Yury Lyukanov said, stressing the group would stay out of Japanese waters. The expedition, which is financed by ...
Abolish the Nukes Before they Abolish UsHuffington Post
Spread of nuclear plants defies Japan concernsFinance and Commerce
'What's your anti-disaster plan?' Thousands protest Japanese nuclear revivalRT
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Fukushima nuclear disaster: three years on 120000 evacuees remain uprooted - The Guardian

The Guardian

Fukushima nuclear disaster: three years on 120000 evacuees remain uprooted
The Guardian
The nuclear industry in Japan has been mothballed since the meltdown. At a temporary housing complex in Fukushima prefecture one resident, Iiko Kanno, said she now spends her days reading, growing vegetables and counting the days until she is ...


Locals suffer long-term effects of Fukushima meltdown - World Magazine

World Magazine

Locals suffer long-term effects of Fukushima meltdown
World Magazine
Three and a half years after a massive tsunami triggered the meltdown of three nuclear reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant in Japan, researchers are beginning to understand the far-reaching extent of the disaster. Increased rates of thyroid ...
Fukushima Crisis Continues, Worse Than First Reported – Effects More ...Center for Research on Globalization

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Japanese conceptual artists to offer soup made from Fukushima vegetables at ... - The Independent

The Independent

Japanese conceptual artists to offer soup made from Fukushima vegetables at ...
The Independent
Its main ingredient, the daikon radish, was grown in Fukushima, near where a devastating earthquake and tsunami damaged the nuclear power plant, resulting in three of the reactors melting down causing nuclear material to seep out. The soup will be ...

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Fukushima spilled 2 trillion becquerels of radioactive waste into Pacific in ... - RINF Alternative News

RINF Alternative News

Fukushima spilled 2 trillion becquerels of radioactive waste into Pacific in ...
RINF Alternative News
In March 2011, the Fukushima plant suffered multiple meltdowns triggered by a massive earthquake and tsunami. Since then, TEPCO has struggled to contain the flow of radioactive water away from the plant. Currently, radioactive water is known to be ...

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Fukushima families sue prefecture, government for radiation exposure during ... - The Japan Times

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Fukushima families sue prefecture, government for radiation exposure during ...
The Japan Times
The three core meltdowns were triggered when the massive earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011, caused a blackout at the poorly protected Fukushima No. 1 power station and knocked out its reactors' primary and backup cooling systems, allowing the ...
Fukushima governor accepts 'temporary' radioactive waste storageRadio Australia
Fukushima accepts radioactive waste storageNews24
TEPCO Ordered to Pay Damages in Fukushima Suicide CaseDemocracy Now

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Villagers still uprooted years after Fukushima nuclear disaster - The Star Online

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Villagers still uprooted years after Fukushima nuclear disaster
The Star Online
The nuclear industry in Japan has been mothballed since the meltdown. At a temporary housing complex in Fukushima prefecture, one resident, Liko Kanno, says she now spends her days reading, growing vegetables and counting the days until she is ...
Japan's Nuclear PlantNew York Times
Nuclear energy is not a viable optionAliran Monthly

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Nuclear plants across emerging world defy Japan concerns - Thanh Nien Daily

Thanh Nien Daily

Nuclear plants across emerging world defy Japan concerns
Thanh Nien Daily
Three years after Japan closed all of its nuclear plants in the wake of the Fukushima meltdown and Germany decided to shut its industry, developing countries are leading the biggest construction boom in more than two decades. Almost two-thirds of the ...

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Food Impacted by Fukushima Disaster May Harm Butterflies and Other Animals - Science World Report

Science World Report

Food Impacted by Fukushima Disaster May Harm Butterflies and Other Animals
Science World Report
It turns out that food collected around the site of the Fukushima nuclear meltdown may be negatively impacting butterflies. Scientists have found that pale blue grass butterflies that were fed from regions around the disaster site had higher rates of ...
Food Contaminated by Fukushima Harms Animals StillNature World News
Food affected by Fukushima disaster harms animals, even at low-levels of ...Eureka! Science News

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