UN experts review Fukushima water release plan

A major earthquake and tsunami in 2011 knocked out the cooling system of the Fukushima Daiichi plant, causing meltdowns of three reactors. Since then, large amounts of water used to cool the reactor cores, which are still highly radioactive, have leaked on a large scale. The contaminated water is being stored in about 1,000 storage tanks, which are expected to reach capacity next year.

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