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Naoto Ken tells inquiry that state should bear most of blame for meltdown at tsunami- and quake-stricken nuclear plant.
Report says workers were untrained to handle emergencies which comes nine months after tsunami-triggered nuclear crisis.
The UN watchdog says it is satisfied with series of safety testsĀ carried out by Japan in wake of Fukushima meltdown.
Tremors shake area devastated by March disaster, but efforts to bring stricken nuclear plant under control unaffected.
Nuclear watchdog wants probe into how two workers were exposed to twice legal level of radiation at tsunami-hit plant.
Japan says it was unprepared for nuclear disaster in report due to be submitted to UN's atomic agency.
Operator of Fukushima Daiichi plant says fuel rods at three of the plant's six reactors melted early in the crisis.
Locals strive for steady nerves as stressed crust rumbles on and radiation leaks from a damaged nuclear plant.
Nuclear watchdog raises severity of Fukushima crisis to maximum level but plays down comparisons to Chernobyl disaster.
Workers inject nitrogen gas to reduce chances of blow-up but are running out of space to store radioactive water.
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