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Newsline: French embassy urges citizens to leave Tokyo area in case radiation reaches city

The French Embassy is advising its citizens to leave Tokyo and its surroundings in case a cloud of radiation heads to the city. After a devastating earthquake and tsunami, multiple nuclear reactors are facing possible meltdowns at plants more than a hundred miles (200 kilometres) from Tokyo. The embassy’s Sunday message said scientists were indicating that the crisis would be managed and pose little risk to Tokyo. But it urged those who did not have to be in Tokyo to leave for several days, in case the worst happened and a “radioactive plume” headed for the area.

 

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