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Pressure rises at stricken reactor
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Pressure rises at stricken reactor
Japan's nuclear safety agency has said pressure is rising again in one of reactors at the country's tsunami-damaged nuclear complex - a setback that means operators will have to vent more radioactive gas into the environment.Read Full Article ...
 
Australia re-commits to exporting uranium
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Australia re-commits to exporting uranium
Australia is not having second thoughts about mining and exporting uranium in light of the nuclear crisis in Japan, Prime Minister Julia Gillard said ...Read F...
 
Japan quake dead, missing tops 20,000
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Japan quake dead, missing tops 20,000
The number of people confirmed dead or listed as missing in Japan surpassed 20,000 nine days after a massive earthquake and tsunami struck.Read Full Article ...
 
Pressure rises again in Japan reactor
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Pressure rises again in Japan reactor
(CBS/AP) Technicians prepared to vent radioactive gas into the air Sunday because of a new spike in pressure at Japan's crippled, leaking nuclear complex, whil...
 
Automakers around the world feel worsening effects of Japan crisis
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Automakers around the world feel worsening effects of Japan crisis
DETROIT, March 19, (AP): A week after the disaster in Japan erupted, its impact on automakers around the world is worsening. Most of Japan’s auto industry is s...
 
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