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It's going to cost $190 billion and take three decades to clean up the mess at Fukushima.


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It's going to cost $190 billion and take three decades to clean up the mess at Fukushima.

Fukushima

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Six Years Later

It's going to cost $190 billion and take three decades to clean up the mess at Fukushima.

Fukushima: Five Years Later

An army of robots and an ice wall are being deployed to clean up the world's worst nuclear disaster.

Fukushima: Year Three

The mega-disaster that won't go away isn't getting any better.

Fukushima: The Disaster That Won’t Go Away

Two years after the meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex in Japan, the long-term impact of the catastrophe continues to grow.

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