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number two reactor. Fukushima earthquake and Elevated radiation

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effort possible so cool the reactors. Putting for TRANSLATION: We regret that mounting fear that there will indoors. forced Radiation selection already the tension even

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years to come, this vision shows

everything. Now encompassing. plunged more than centres people bear. And emergency relief getting the terrible who died and sent this report from Miyagi moving hundreds of bodies was in Rikuzentakata last year he coming full of my house and shut the water came in my house and shut the door but

away As you can the water came in and swept us

teams are was trapped have survived the tsunami and

but can't contact them. Last year, stinking, believed to be

everything count the living ago. I'm now stands driven them inland and if left of their homes. For too much to coast heading north from Sendai of tangled mess

People who escaped the waves in

that the loss sinks in. a up on top of his his. He's homeless, and we follow him This is access to places still cut off warning of an the light fires to keep

as they wait many, those found news. Every day the list of told us that while this earthquake, so

body recovery work to be Inside the worst hit looks here that you could use sitting here having a meal.

have been found during of a nuclear tipping rate rebuilding their country wasn't difficult financial markets in their prior experience market scbls the Nikkei plunged explosion. And PM Kan's warning Now at the from the the turmoil to be short lived 2004 earthquakes, its resill ebs and does recover quite well But added a new

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that's true and I've walked away from that commitment and

Disney. There was the Opposition Leader's been dabbling again scepticism the Coalition's real. Mr has This isn't the first time her most selling

pricing went to Libya, but the earlier the which is where the currency flipped to a 55% chance of a Japan.

the cost of filling a 70 litre probably markets casino rate also

Japanese market started points in as many February is now 8.p%. their against the Netherlands took against together with Mark Schwarzer cycle race to consolidate

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Live. Welcome to this special

edition of '7.30'. We've

joined forces with 'Foreign

Correspondent' tonight to bring

you extended coverage of Japan's worst disaster since

the Second World War. The

nation's continuing to struggle

with the devastation and loss

of life along its coastline.

The rescue and recovery task is being overshadowed by a

worsening nuclear emergency.

Japan's Prime Minister is

urging residents within a 30km

radius of the Fukushima reactor

complex north of Tokyo to stay

indoors as radiation levels

rise. Even though the Government's playing down

safety concerns, it's appealed

and for help from foreign experts

pumping sea water into the overheating reactor cores.