The Latest: Japan execs plead not guilty in nuclear case

TOKYO — The Latest on the trial of three Japanese utility executives for the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster (all times local): 12:30 p.m. Three former executives of Tokyo Electric Power Co. have pleaded not guilty to charges of negligence for the 2011 …
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