Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan, news update

This video says about itself:

25 August 2016

Five years after the twin catastrophes of the Japan tsunami and Fukushima nuclear meltdown, villages sit silent and empty. Thousands of workers still toil to clean up the radioactive material but it could be decades before their work is finished. As Japan continues to suffer the toxic aftermath of one of its worst ever disasters, 101 East reveals that the countryside may never again be safe.

Fukushima radiation in the Pacific (revisited) — Triple Pundit: here.

Fukushima cover up — CounterPunch: here.

Japan’s government should stay out of U.S. sailors’ lawsuit against TepcoThe Japan Times: here.

Editorial: Cost estimate needed first to decommission Fukushima plantThe Asahi Shimbun: here.

Untrained staff did radioactive cleanup work in FukushimaThe Asahi Shimbun: here.

Fukushima nuclear clean-up may rise to several billion dollars a year: government — Reuters: here.

Fukushima: A second Chernobyl? — The Asia-Pacific Journal: here.

Car wash septic tanks emerge as radiation threat in Fukushima — The Japan Times: here.

This petition was delivered to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. ”We strongly oppose the signing of the India-Japan Nuclear Cooperation Agreement (hereafter: ‘the Agreement’) during the Indian Prime Minister Mr. Modi’s upcoming visit to Japan, expected to be in mid November this year: here.

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