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Nearly nine months after Fukushima Daiichi was ravaged by an earthquake and tsunami , the plant continues to pose a major environmental threat. Before the latest leak, the Fukushima accident had been responsible for the largest single release of radioactivity into the ocean, threatening wildlife and fisheries in the region, experts have said. The new radioactive water leak called into question the progress that the plant’s operator, Tokyo Electric Power Company, appeared to have made in bringing its reactors under control. More Radioactive Leaks From Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant
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