The Sun daily in Malaysia. So, not the infamous The Sun tabloid in Britain, owned by Rupert Murdoch. Contrary to the Murdoch empire, as far as I know, the Malaysian Sun is not involved in burglary, phone hacking, bribery of police, and warmongering.
The Murdoch empire whitewashes the dangers of the nuclear industry.
Not so in that Malaysian Sun article:
TOKYO (July 30, 2013): Japan’s nuclear watchdog will beef up monitoring at the crippled Fukushima power plant, an agency official said Tuesday, after leaks of radioactive groundwater into the ocean sparked heavy criticism of the site’s operator.
The leaks have triggered alarm bells over the plant’s precarious state and the capability of Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) to deal with a long list of problems two years after it was swamped by a tsunami that sent reactors into meltdown.
“We still don’t know the root cause of the problems as they are more complicated than initially thought,” the NRA official said. … “
The complete article is here.
Exclusive: Japan nuclear body says radioactive water at Fukushima an ‘emergency’ — Reuters: here.
Radioactive groundwater at Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant has almost certainly risen above an underground barrier meant to contain it, regulators said today: here.
New leaks into Pacific at Japan nuclear plant — The New York Times: here.
Contaminated water leaks into sea from Japan’s crippled nuclear plant: here.
- Fukushima disaster update (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- International nuclear experts tell TEPCO ‘You don’t know what you’re doing’ (japandailypress.com)
- Fukushima: Nuclear Experts Blast TEPCO Over Toxic Leaks (infiniteunknown.net)
- Time to take over Daiichi? (japantimes.co.jp)
- TEPCO withheld groundwater information from NRA officials in meeting (enformable.com)
- Radiation in the water at Fukushima as high as in 2011 (tokyotimes.com)
- Fukushima clean-up turns toxic for Japan’s Tepco (reuters.com)
- Japan’s Nuke Watchdog: Fukushima Water Is ‘Emergency’ (crooksandliars.com)