This handout aerial photo dated March taken by small unmanned drone shows damaged Unit left, and Unit 3 of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Okumamachi, Fukushima prefecture, northern Japan.
Japanese nuclear plant operator admits playing down risk
The operator of a Japanese nuclear power plant where a catastrophic accident was set off last year by a massive earthquake and tsunami acknowledged Friday that it had played down safety risks at the facility out of fear that they would lead to a plant shutdown.
Mija 30 lat od katastrofy w Czarnobylu (FOTO)
The Kursk Nuclear Power Station
Japan: outlook bleak for nuclear power despite first reactor restart
Japan: outlook bleak for nuclear power despite first reactor restart - The number of Japan’s nuclear reactors likely to restart in the next few years has halved, hit by legal challenges and worries about meeting tougher safety standards imposed in the wake of the F...
Une catastrophe nucléaire pire que celle de Fukushima pourrait frapper les Etats-Unis
"Global Diversity" is sold for the benefit of "The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation" (Natruskyddsföreningen). In the pattern you can see different blocks with nuclear power-station buildings, fish shoals and fishing boats, thinning forests and of course the special sign of the organisation, a bird in flight. Material: 100% cotton | Width: 150 cm | Repeat: 64 cm
Japan resumes reactor work despite non-nuclear aims
Highest radiation levels found at Fukushima plant since meltdown
Workers measured radiation levels that would kill a person after even momentary exposure inside Japan's melted down Fukushima nuclear power plant.
Heaps of debris, power lines downed, smoke rising from demolished roof of what used to be the Fukushima reactor before the devastating tsunami hit the plant in March 2011 – TEPCO offers photos taken in the weeks after the disaster.