; Fukushima & Nuclear News Roundup; Sept 14, 2014

Three years later, Fukushima radiation leaves towns eerily empty
Fukushima nuclear plant chief feared catastrophe for eastern Japan
Japanese govt. only now admitting possession of filter samples from Fukushima Daiichi, admit a second plume hit Tokyo in 2011.
Testimony of Fukushima plant director Masao Yoshida has been made public
146,000 tons of radioactive rice straw remains stored right where it was in 2011 despite govt. promises to move it
Fukushima sake imported to S. Korea causing dust up
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