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Paris/New Delhi: Experts say the Fukushima nuclear disaster could be Level 6, just one notch below the Chernobyl disaster.
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Eric Besson sur RTL le 24 novembre 2010 / La rédaction de RTL Le ministre de l'Industrie répondait mardi matin aux questions de Jean-Michel Aphatie. Le Japon est peut-être sur le chemin de la catastrophe nucléaire, a estimé Eric Besson.
En marge de l'accident nucléaire survenu au Japon , les écologistes ne manquent pas de pousser leurs arguments pour un changement de politique en France.
New Delhi : Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said an immediate technical review of India's atomic plants has been ordered to check if they can withstand the impact of major natural disasters like tsunami and earthquakes in the wake of the catastrophe in Japan threatening a nuclear meltdown. Making a statement in Parliament on the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, Dr Singh said Indian nuclear plants have, in the past, met the safety standards during major natural calamities like the Gujarat earthquake on January 26, 2002 and the December 2004 Tsunami. The Prime Minister informed both Houses of Parliament that India was in constant touch with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the Japanese Atomic Industrial Forum and the World Association of Nuclear Operators.
The authorization applies to family members on the island of Honshu, site of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Pentagon OKs the departure of some family members of military service members Order applies to relatives living on the island of Honshu, site of the damaged nuclear plant The Pentagon has suspended all military family travel to Honshu
A MASS evacuation plan has been drawn up for Australians in Japan.
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21 July 2011 Last updated at 02:47 ET By Richard Warry BBC News
Au fil des jours, et alors que la situation au Japon est de plus en plus inquiétante, le gouvernement français adopte à son tour un ton plus alarmiste.
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“We are entirely sold out of salt, and shoppers are now buying salt substitutes such as soy sauce, even though there is no connection,” said an exasperated supermarket worker in Shanghai. China’s Ministry of Health said an adult would need to swallow 3kg (6.6lbs) of salt at one sitting to prevent radiation poisoning, and the country's largest salt maker, China National Salt Industry Corp., issued a statement saying it had ample reserves and that "panic-buying and hoarding is unnecessary”.
Customers flock to buy salt at a supermarket in Lanzhou, Gansu province. Photograph: China Daily/Reuters Worried shoppers stripped stores of salt in Beijing, Shanghai and other parts of China on Thursday in the false belief it can guard against radiation exposure, even though any fallout from a crippled Japanese nuclear power plant is unlikely to reach the country.
Updates of 2 June 2011
Forte réplique près de la centrale d'Onagawa (7.1 Mw) suite au séisme du 11 mars 2011 Jeudi 7 avril 2011 à 23h32 heure locale (14h32 TU), un séisme de magnitude 7,1 s’est produit à quelques kilomètres de la côte Est de l’île d’Honshu au Japon, à environ 20 km de la centrale nucléaire d’Onagawa, et à 70 km à l’est de la ville de Sendaï.