China backs ROK's call for int'l organizations to cooperate to ensure the safe disposal of the contaminated Fukushima nuclear wastewater
China supports the Republic of Korea in calling on the International Maritime Organization to work with the IAEA to ensure the safe disposal of the contaminated Fukushima nuclear wastewater, said a Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Monday.
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30+ South Korean students shaved their heads in protest on Tuesday against Japan’s decision to release water contaminated with radiation into the ocean. Japan announced it would start releasing over 1 million tons of treated water from the Fukushima nuclear site in two years.
Today, the Japanese government decided to dump over 1.23 million tons of Fukushima radioactive waste water stored into the Pacific Ocean. This decision completely disregards the human rights and interests of the people in Fukushima, wider Japan, and the Asia-Pacific region. [1/3]
Japan will release over 1 million tons of contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea. The water is treated but still has radioactive elements. Environmental groups condemned the move. Greenpeace says it will "deliberately contaminate the Pacific Ocean."
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BREAKING: Magnitude 7.3 earthquake strikes off Fukushima in Japan, tsunami warning issued.
Japan issues tsunami warning after magnitude 7.3 earthquake off coast near Fukushima