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A team of nuclear experts formed by the International Atomic Energy Agency on April 15th, 2013 started its activities in Japan to review the country’s ongoing efforts to scrap the crippled reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

It is the first IAEA mission to Japan focusing on decommissioning. The 12-member team will also give some advice on  the recent radioactive water leaks and electricity supply disruptions at the plant.

 

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IAEA starts review on Japan’s efforts to scrap Fukushima reactors (Mainichi Newspaper)

 

IAEA reviewing cleanup at damaged Fukushima nuke plant  (Asahi Newspaper)

 

IAEA starts reactor shutdown probe (Yomiuri Newspaper)

 


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