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US Sailors Sue Over Radiation Poisoning

Navy sailors are part of a lawsuit against the company that owns the Fukushima nuclear power plant.
12/23/2013

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A lawsuit from u.S. Navy sailors called to action in japan after the tsunami in 2010. Dozens of them are seriously ill. They claim the reactor is to blame. Reporter:24-year-old single mom lindsey... See More
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