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  1. Abe’s Japan Is Blind to Scary Nuclear Reality By William Pesek Aug 13, 2013 6:00 AM GMT+0900 Bloomberg Abe’s Seriousness Dollar Signs That brings us to the “what.” Fukushima is a growing embarrassment for Japan on the international stage. Oceans don’t have boundaries. Radioactive traces have been found in bluefin tuna -- not to mention on secondhand cars and auto parts imported by Russia from Japan. Another earthquake -- a live possibility -- could damage Fukushima anew or take out another reactor between now and the 2020 Summer Olympics that Tokyo hopes to host. The world w
  2. UPDATE 1-Japan nuclear body says radioactive water at Fukushima an "emergency" TOKYO, (Reuters) Mon Aug 5, 2013 10:39pm EDT * Fukushima radioactive groundwater could breach surface, regulator says * Watchdog panel head says Tepco's 'sense of crisis is weak' * Official says leaks into ocean exceed legal limits * Tepco apologises, says taking steps to block further leaks into ocean http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/08/06/japan-fukushima-panel-idUSL4N0G703820130806 http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2013/aug/05/fukushima-nuclear-plant-emergency-radioactive-groundwater http://worldne
  3. Fukushima Plant Admits Radioactive Water Leaked To Sea 07/22/13 09:42 AM ET EDT Associated Press TOKYO — A Japanese utility said Monday its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is likely leaking contaminated water into sea, acknowledging for the first time a problem long suspected by experts. Tokyo Electric Power Co., which operates the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant, also came under fire Monday for not disclosing earlier that the number of plant workers with thyroid radiation exposures exceeding threshold levels for increased cancer risks was 10 times what it said released earlier. The delayed anno
  4. Thyroid cancer risk for 2,000 Fukushima workers: TEPCO Published July 19, 2013 AFP TOKYO, Tokyo province (AFP) – Around 2,000 people who have worked at Japan's wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant face a heightened risk of thyroid cancer, its operator said Friday. Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) said 1,973 people -- around 10 percent of those employed in emergency crews involved in the clean-up since the meltdowns -- were believed to have been exposed to enough radiation to cause potential problems. The figure is a 10-fold increase on TEPCO's previous estimate of the number of possible thyroid ca
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