"Mgr. Tetsuo Hiraga, Bishop of Sendai, said that there are ten Christians among 'the brave men committed to the delicate task in Fukushima with the full knowledge that they are giving their life up for the common good,'" quoted here — Fukushima, radioactive leak sealed. Battle to restart cooling pumps continues .
"The meltdown of the cores of reactors one, two and three at the Fukushima nuclear power plant appears to be have been halted for now, but officials are not out of the woods yet," writes Victor Kotsev, suggesting that "while the worst-case scenarios have been averted to date, it is much too early to breathe a sigh of relief" — Japan nuclear crisis is here to stay.
"Heavy rains, expected to fall Thursday, will not contain radioactive materials released directly from the crippled Japanese nuclear plant, Korea’s weather agency said Wednesday" — No possibility of radioactive rain: officials.
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