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Robots Are Dying To Save Fukushima So People Don’t Have To
By Rob Wile, Fusion
The bots remain the only hope of decommissioning the devastated nuclear reactors, a necessary step to regaining public trust.
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Japan Honors Victims Of Its Worst Earthquake 5 Years On
The Tohoku earthquake triggered a huge tsunami and the Fukushima nuclear meltdown.
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Images show the road to recovery five years after the devastating tsunami.
My Old Country Home
Though they are alive and well, the nuclear refugees of Fukushima face a long, slow, surreal struggle that seems to have only just begun two years after they walked away from their homes and livelihoods.
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