Japan and Utility Are Found Negligent Again in Fukushima Meltdowns

In the latest case, according to Japanese news reports, the court ruled that the government should have been able to anticipate a large tsunami in the region and should have forced Tokyo Electric — known as Tepco — to take preventive measures to …
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