Japan Moves to Calm Fears About Its Tap Water

New York Times: The Japanese authorities are considering a plan to import bottled water from overseas, a government official said Thursday morning, a day after spreading contamination from a crippled nuclear plant led to a panicked rush to buy water in Tokyo. Yukio Edano, the chief cabinet secretary, indicated at a news conference that importing water was among the options under discussion. This followed the disclosure on Wednesday by the Japanese authorities that radioactive iodine had been detected in Tokyo’s......

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