US studies Fukushima disaster for safety lessons (AFP) – 734th Edition

This picture taken by an unmanned aerial vehicle in March 2011 shows the stricken Tokyo Electric Power Company Fukushima daiichi No.1 nuclear power plant reactor number three (R) and four (L), with smoke rising from number three. US engineers studying Japan's experience with its crippled nuclear plant have focused on two key weaknesses -- backup energy systems and spent fuel rod pools.(AFP/HO/File)AFP – US engineers studying Japan’s experience with its crippled nuclear plant have focused on two key weaknesses — backup energy systems and spent fuel rod pools — that could also plague reactors in the United States.

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