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Anniversary Of Nuclear Disaster At Three Mile Island Marked Near The Site
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Japan Looks To Extend Evacuation Zone

The crises in Japan continues with focus on the Nuclear Plant in Fukushima. Monitoring the seawater's level of radioactive material, officials are debating whether to extend the danger zone to a 25 mile radius.

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President Obama Addresses U.S. Involvement In Libya
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CIA Moves Into Libya To Train Rebels

It reads to me like a movie. CIA Agents are covertly working with Libyan rebel fighters to help train them in their revolution. The decision, put into action by President Obama, speaks to Gadhafi and his supporters that the U.S. is no longer there only for protective support but for training offensive actions. Will this garner even more support for the Libyan rebels from other nations?

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Japan’s Ongoing Nuclear Disastor, And U.S. Aid

Japan is still in the early stages of dealing with the crises of the earthquake and the nuclear powerplant melt down. The officials are exploring the plan of putting a protective tarp over the failing reactors and pumping the contaminated water into a barge to be safely removed. Watch this video of a Japanese official explaining the situation and how quickly the radioactive material will naturally diminish to a safe level.

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Arab Nations Still Seeing Deadly Demonstrations

The Middle East is in quite an unrest. This Friday saw protests, violence and retaliation in four different cities. In Syria, protestors were fired upon by the government after they set fire to a statue of the country's late president. U.S. officials are calling for a stop to the violent handling of the protestors by the countries' governments.
"We will not forget the martyrs of Daraa," a resident told The Associated Press by telephone. "If they think this will silence us, they are wrong."

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Japan’s Radiation Levels On The Citizen Level

RDTN.org is a site set up by a group of Oregonians to give average citizens the power to monitor the radiation levels in Japan. Citizens across the country are submitting their reading off of their radiation measuring devices to this website. While it relies on the accuracy of each person, the data is very interesting.

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Soldier Admits To Killing Afghan Civilians

Soldier in Court-Martial case admits guilt to premeditate killing of Afghan civilians. The soldier along with four others coordinated fake combat situations to shoot and kill the civilians. Jeremy N. Morlock is attempting a plea bargain in which he will face a maximum of 24 years in prison.

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U.S. Companies Ducking Upwards Of Billions In Taxes, And It’s Legal!

You hear talk of our 14 trillion dollar deficit in America being thrown around as if we are doing something completely wrong as a country. But when most of our money rests in the uber-wealthy, it's hard to not put the blame on the Googles and Microsofts of the country isn't it? They ask for tax cuts to help create jobs for the middle America, but in reality, many of those companies are already 'stealing' billions from our country while paying other countries!

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Japan: Searching For Anything

As the searching continues in Japan for survivors and the deceased, the rural areas hit hard by the tsunami are becoming increasingly more and more difficult for extraction. Searchers estimate they have only covered about 20% of the landscape and it's almost too difficult in some areas for the search teams to reach

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Amazing Before/After Satelite Images Of Japans Landscape

With the use of Google Maps' extremely powerful satelite imaging, ABC was able to make a comparison of the landscape and architecture before and after the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan on Friday. It really puts it into perspective showing just how powerful the wave was to completely remove homes and buildings from the ground and deposit them into a pile of debris. Check out the 20+ images inside.

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Japan’s Nuclear Scare

Japan's nuclear power plant in Fukushima is continuing to melt down and suffered its second explosion Monday. Workers are attempting to cool the cores of the nuclear plant with sea water to prevent more explosions. While radiation has been able to escape through the explosions the levels of radiation are not yet dangerous for the public.

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