Japan buries its dead as radiation fears grow
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Japan buries its dead as radiation fears grow

A spike in water radiation levels has spurred new fears about food safety as rising black smoke forced another evacuation of workers trying to stabilize Fukushima's radiation-leaking nuclear plant. (March 23) (The Associated Press)

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