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Title 7.30: 16/03/11
Published Australia : ABC, 2011
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Summary LIVE FROM TOKYOLive report from Tokyo and an update on the Japan earthquake and nuclear crisis.RESCUE WORKERS CONTINUE GRIM TASK IN JAPANRescue workers along Japan's northern coastline continue the bleak task of searching for bodies amongst vast amount of debris.ON THE GROUND IN TONOABC Correspondent Shane McLeod is on the ground in northern Japan. He speaks from the city of Tono.JAPAN'S VICTIMSSurvivors of last week's earthquake and tsunami have endured the loss of their loved ones and livelihood but on top of all this they now face the very real threat of radiation poisoning.CAN DISASTER BE AVERTED?Three of the reactors at the Fukushima plant use a design by the giant American corporation General Electric. The company's CEO speaks with Leigh Sales.DETENTION POLICIES UNDER PRESSURE7.30's Chris Uhlmann takes a look at a system close to breaking point
Event Broadcast 2011-03-16 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Disaster victims.
Nuclear crisis control -- International cooperation.
Nuclear power plants -- Safety measures.
Refugees -- Abuse of.
Refugees -- Social conditions.
Rescue work.
Australia.
Japan -- Fukushima-ken.
Japan -- Tokyo.
Form Streaming video
Author Barnett, Colin, contributor
Bowen, Chris, contributor
Churchill, Mary, contributor
Cooper, Hayden, reporter
Duffy, Conor, reporter
Gillard, Julia, contributor
Immelt, Jeff, contributor
Kamata, Manami, contributor
Manne, David, contributor
Mazzen, John, contributor
Mcleod, Shane, reporter
Morrison, Scott, contributor
Plant, Fukushima, contributor
Sales, Leigh, host
Uhlmann, Chris, reporter