Fukushima disaster update


This video, recorded in Japan, says about itself:

5 March 2013

Dateline visits one of the most contaminated places on earth – the ghost towns around Fukushima – to see the effect of the nuclear meltdown two years on.

The Environment Ministry has classified 2.9 tons of sludge from Kanagawa Prefecture as radioactive waste derived from the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the first such designation for the prefecture on the southern border of Tokyo: here.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. decommissioned the No. 5 and No. 6 reactors at its meltdown-stricken Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant in Fukushima Prefecture on Friday: here.

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