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Problems Keep Piling Up in Fukushima

Experts say Japan's nuclear energy problems are worsening, five years after a massive earthquake unleashed a tsunami that melted down the island nation's nuclear reactors. Nine million cubic meters of radioactive waste, much of it soil, are stored unsheltered in black bags throughout Fukushima prefecture, preventing tens of thousands of residents from returning home. And the problem is going to worsen before it improves. An estimated 13 million cubic meters of toxic soil is...

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