Ice Wall to Defend Japan Against Radioactive Leaks

The Japanese government will spend $470 million to stop leaks from the Fukushima nuclear plant.
0:23 | 09/03/13

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Japan announced an aggressive plan to stop radioactive water from leaking into the Pacific Ocean and turns out. Radiation levels from the Fukushima nuclear plant are eighteen times higher than previously thought. The Japanese government is now planning to build an underground ice -- 100 feet down. All to stop that contaminated water from reaching the C.

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