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China to ban food imports from Japan citing concerns over nuclear contaminated water

MANILA, Philippines — The International Atomic Energy Agency has approved a plan by Japan to release more than a million tons of treated nuclear waste water from the destroyed Fukushima power plant into the ocean, despite vehement international opposition.

In a report released Tuesday, the IAEA said it has concluded after a two-year assessment that the plan is "consistent with relevant international safety standards" and that while societal, political and environmental concerns have been raised, the discharged water "will have negligible radiological impact on people and the environment."



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  • Esther Wanjiku

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    Surely???How uncouth is Japan for not ensuring that it's waters are safe for use?

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    • George

      49 w

      Oh

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      • hilda Wangui

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        Good health and care is entitled to every living organisms in the environment any kind of contamination should be avoided .

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