June 6, 2020
  • 9:56 am Abilene Christian’s Hunter Holman Honored as Men’s Tennis Player of the Week
  • 9:48 am TALENTED SANTA ANITA SIMULCAST TEAM SET FOR AUTUMN MEET OPENER ON FRIDAY, SEPT. 27
  • 9:47 am LEGENDARY JOCKEY RAY YORK, WHO WON THE 1954 KENTUCKY DERBY AT AGE 20 ABOARD SANTA ANITA-BASED DETERMINE, DIES AT 86
  • 9:24 am Arsenal vs Spurs set to overtake Liverpool vs Everton as Prem’s dirtiest derby
  • 9:24 am Arsenal and Spurs can’t afford to lose… both should be happy with draw

first_imgTokyo: Japan has reassured foreign diplomats about the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant’s safety amid concerns about massive amounts of treated but radioactive water stored in tanks. The Fukushima plant, which suffered triple meltdowns in the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, stores more than 1 million tons of treated but radioactive water in nearly 1,000 tanks. The plant’s operator said last month it will run out of storage space in 2022, prompting South Korea to raise safety questions amid tensions with Japan over trade and history. Diplomats from 22 countries, including South Korea, attended a briefing Wednesday where Japanese officials stressed the importance of combating rumors. Experts say the tanks pose flooding and radiation risks and hamper decontamination efforts. They recommend the water’s controlled release into the sea, but local residents oppose this.last_img

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