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Food From Fukushima Area Is Safe, Clean Up Going Well: IAEA

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October 21, 2013
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A team of experts from the UN's nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, says food from the Fukushima area is safe, as it publishes a report on the progress of the clean-up at the stricken nuclear plant.


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