Fukushima Students, Japan Tourists, NRC at Browns Ferry, Child Health Reports





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Published on Oct 11, 2011

http://NukeNe.ws, Students return to Fukushima schools for first time since start of nuclear crisis - The Mainichi Daily News, Fukushima Prefecture is trying to convince the public of the safety of local products. It's wrong to do something that runs counter to such efforts

UK nuclear safety culture strong, regulator says

Contract signed for Belarusian reactors

NRC Chairman Tours TVA's Browns Ferry Nuclear Site

Japanese to Initiate Study on 360,000 Children to Track Health Effects But Will Not Publish Results

Increasing number of horrified parents in Tokyo-area, as young children enjoy "radioactive autumn" outdoors - Accused of being "monster parent" if concerned

250 km from Fukushima: Kindergarteners playing by soil with nearly 1 microsievert per hour during athletic event in Yokohama (VIDEO)

Mainichi: Worries are growing - Every rainfall brings a new batch of radioactivity - Radiation levels HIGHER after decontamination

Brookhaven National Laboratory reports radioactive contamination incident Sept. 28, New York

Fukushima festival divided between fighting radiation rumors, residents' safety - 11th Oct 2011

Japan offers tourists 10,000 FREE flights to boost ailing tourism industry - 11th Oct 2011

Olympic Damn Uranium Mine -- the battle against it continues

How to Enjoy Radioactive Autumn in Japan in Kindergartens and Elementary Schools

11-194: Opening Remarks of NRC Chairman Gregory B. Jaczko at the 45 Day Review of the Japan Task Force Safety Recommendations

Update on Strontium-90 in Yokohama City

Japan's plan for 20 year study of 360,000 children's radiation effects

At last, France reveals, and questions, the safety of its nuclear industry

Japan's government's push to sell nuclear technology overseas

Australia kow tows to BHP Billiton, on world's biggest uranium hole

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