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Fukushima nuclear disaster

US company seeks workers for Fukushima project
Bartlett Nuclear, a US based recruitment firm, is seeking qualified workers able to travel international who boast a family willing to let them work in highly radioactive locations, namely the Fukushima reactor zone.

01.04.2011 15:19

Fukushima operator under fire over false radiation reports
Fukushima power plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) has come under fire over growing concerns about the credibility of its radioactive reports.

01.04.2011 14:49

Homeless Japan: tsunami victims anxious over housing trouble
The earthquake and tsunami that caused massive destruction at Fukushima also wiped out entire communities. People who lost their homes are living in overcrowded shelters, while the painstaking clean-up operation continues.

31.03.2011 16:01

Sarkozy calls international meeting on nuclear security
While the operation to make the stricken Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant safe has been delayed in Japan, Nicolas Sarkozy is suggesting an international meeting on nuclear security.

31.03.2011 09:27

All Fukushima-1 reactors to be scrapped – Japanese government
The Japanese government has decided to decommission all six reactors at the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant. TEPCO is also considering the construction of a containment shell at some of its reactors.

30.03.2011 10:36

­Russian cultural events raise funds for Japanese disaster victims
Russian cultural activists continue to hold charitable events in support of Japan. The State Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra under maestro Mark Gorenstein will give a concert in memory of the victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami.

29.03.2011 09:43

State of alert raised to highest level at Fukushima
The Japanese government has raised the state of alert level at the Fukushima-1 nuclear plant to the maximum. The Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan addressed the nation, saying the situation remains “unpredictable”.

29.03.2011 08:49

Simpsons nuke jokes banned in Germany, Switzerland, Austria
Episodes of the Simpsons which pass jokes about nuclear meltdown or crisis have been banned in a number of countries as the reality of nuclear disaster continues to unfold in Japan.

28.03.2011 16:55

Radioactive water being removed from Fukushima plant
Plutonium has been detected in the soil at the Fukushima nuclear plant, Kyodo news agency reports, while radioactive water is being removed from inside the buildings in order to allow engineers to repair the plant’s cooling system.

28.03.2011 11:51

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