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Japan: Radioactive food discovered

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The world health organisation has described contamination of food by radiation as a lot more serious than anyone thought in the early days of Japan's nuclear problems. Peter Cordingley, spokesman for World Health Organization explains, and Takeshi Matsunaga, from Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, tells us how Japan's infrastructure is coping with the clear up.


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