Friday, November 25, 2011

News from Japan

Japan Today Radioactive strontium found in 3 locations in Tokyo

"A citizens’ group has discovered radioactive strontium in soil in three locations in Tokyo, peaking at 51 becquerels per kilogram.

"The group took measurements throughout Tokyo and Yokohama, and found radioactive mud in several locations, Sankei Shimbun reported Friday. In one case, a soil sample weighing one kilogram was found to be emitting 51 becquerels."

"Fukushima Gov Yuhei Sato on Thursday asked the central government to provide free medical care for anyone aged 18 or younger, who have suffered health problems due to the nuclear crisis."


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