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Fortune
Japan Earthquake: 6.1-Magnitude Shock Has Fukushima Bracing for Another Possible Tsunamiand subsequent tsunami waves (which were up to 130 feet high), caused $220 bill
Fortune / Posted 8 hours ago
and subsequent tsunami waves (which were up to 130 feet high), caused $220 billion in damage to Japan. The waves hit the Fukushima Daiichi plant so hard that the nuclear facility began to melt down. The nearby town was ordered to evacuate amidst... Read more
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CTV News
Scientist claims contamination after Fukushima was never unsafe in north Pacificfrom radioactive isotopes, used in cancer therapies and medical imaging, since
CTV News / Posted 6 days ago
from radioactive isotopes, used in cancer therapies and medical imaging, since the meltdown of three reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi plant in 2011 following a tsunami triggered by an earthquake. "We're confident in saying that the levels... Read more
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EuroNews
Japan's Tepco gets slapped with new U.S. lawsuit over Fukushimabeen hit with more lawsuits than in any previous Japanese contamination suit ov
EuroNews / Posted 27 days ago
been hit with more lawsuits than in any previous Japanese contamination suit over the meltdowns of three reactors at its Fukushima Daiichi plant north of Tokyo after a massive earthquake and tsunami in March 2011. Radiation forced 160,000 people... Read more
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dna
Fukushima reactor 'ice wall' nearly finishedthe Pacific shore, leaving nearly 18,500 people dead or missing. The huge flow
dna / Posted 29 days ago
the Pacific shore, leaving nearly 18,500 people dead or missing. The huge flow of water overwhelmed cooling systems at the Fukushima Daiichi plant, about 220 kilometres (135 miles) northeast of Tokyo, causing meltdowns in three reactors in the... Read more
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Rappler
Fukushima reactor 'ice wall' nearly finishedthe Pacific shore, leaving nearly 18,500 people dead or missing. The huge flow
Rappler / Posted 29 days ago
the Pacific shore, leaving nearly 18,500 people dead or missing. The huge flow of water overwhelmed cooling systems at the Fukushima Daiichi plant, about 220 kilometers (135 miles) northeast of Tokyo, causing meltdowns in three reactors in the... Read more

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