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“Japan | Radiation | Groundwater” via Global Post

Radiation was found in groundwater just outside Japan’s stricken nuclear plant at 10,000 times the normal limit, officials at the plant announced late Thursday.

The news comes as Japan’s nuclear and humanitarian crisis following a 9.0 earthquake and tsunami stretched into the third week.

The operator of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant said in a statement that a test of groundwater revealed radioactive iodine-131 at 10,000 times the limit Japan sets for seawater, the Wall Street Journal reports.

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  1. CrisisMaven says

    The only questions you need ask your governments to end the nightmare for good are here:

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