Fukushima disaster and after
Sep 14, 2013
Despite worries over the massive quantities of water needed to cool the melted Fukushima reactors, the risk of radiation-contaminated water to public health is minimal, a former U.S. nuclear regulator has said. The Japan government has promised to become more directly involved in funding projects to contain the leaks. Photos: AP
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