Oct 06, 2015

South Koreans Concerned Over Fukushima Radiation Found in Steel Imports: Reports

Radioactive steel imported by South Korea from Japan, which is still struggling to eliminate the consequences of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, poses a real threat, the country's environmentalists warn.

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