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Pressure rises again at Japan's nuclear plant: Officials
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Pressure rises again at Japan's nuclear plant: Officials
Radiation, a danger for days in areas around the crippled, leaking Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex, already has seeped into the food supply.Read Full Article ...
 
Japan quake, tsunami death toll put at 8,133 with 12,272 missing
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Japan quake, tsunami death toll put at 8,133 with 12,272 missing
TOKYO (Reuters) - The official death toll from Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami has risen to 8,133 with 12,272 still missing, Kyodo news agency said,...
 
Radiation and rationing on road to Japan's quake zone
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Radiation and rationing on road to Japan's quake zone
TONO, Japan (Reuters) - The highway from Japan's capital to Sendai begins to buckle a few kilometres before drivers put on surgical masks to protect them from ...
 
Japan struggles to restore power to atom plant
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Japan struggles to restore power to atom plant
KITAKAMI, Japan: Crews fighting to cool reactors at Japan's stricken nuclear plant struggled Sunday to switch partial power back on after a natural disaster th...
 
Reactor cooled down at Japan nuclear plant
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Reactor cooled down at Japan nuclear plant
In Japan, soldiers have completed a morning operation to cool a malfunctioning reactor at the Fukushima nuclear plant with the help of a giant water cannon. Th...
 
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