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Japan Starts Constructing Ice Wall at Crippled Fukushima Power Plant

A worker stands in front of an 18-m (59-ft) high and 1.6-km (1-mile) long tsunami defence wall at Chubu Electric Power Co.'s Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, in this file picture taken May 17, 2013. In the three years since
Tokyo Electric Power Co., operator of crippled Fukushima power plant, has started constructing a huge underground ice wall around the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant. This plan is seen to control and manage the production of toxic water at the complex devastated by a tsunami that was triggered by a magnitude 9 earthquake in March 2011.
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Debris is seen at a damaged business after a tornado hit the town of Mayflower, Arkansas around 7:30 pm CST, late April 27, 2014. Tornadoes ripped through the south-central United States on Sunday, killing at least 12 people in Arkansas and Oklahoma and w

U.S. Blasted Anew with Fresh Tornadoes (PHOTOS)

A day after tornadoes killed 14 and ripped up homes in Arkansas and other states, the U.S., particularly the state of Mississippi and the U.S. Southeast, have been barraged anew with fresh storms that further damaged hundreds of homes, downed power lines and toppled trees.

2013 Comet ISON: 'Comet of the Century' to Shine Brightly by End of October, Amateur Astronomers Share Captured Images of Comet ISON [PHOTOS]

Scientists and amateur astronomers expect the fast approaching 2013 Comet ISON to shine brightly and become visible through telescopes by the end of October which refutes initial reports regarding the fizzling out of the “Comet of the Century.” The amateur astronomers were able to spot and capture images of the approaching comet with the use of professional telescope lens.

5 unsolved murders of women in Australia

Rewards of up to $500,000 are offered by the NSW police force for any information that might help them to crack the unsolved murder cases. Here are five such cases that the police needs help from the community to crack.

Devina Dediva Racist Comments: Facebook Shares Open Letter from Malcolm Conlan Urging Devina to Apologise After Attack on Miss World 2013 Winner Megan Young [PHOTOS]

A social networking war is currently going on between the citizens of the Philippines and a woman named Devina Dediva who enraged the Filipinos after making racist comments on Facebook about Miss World 2013 winner Megan Young. On Facebook, British native Malcolm Conlan’s open letter to Devina Dediva is currently being shared where he defended the Filipinos from her rude and unnecessary comments and urged her to apologise.

2013 Comet ISON: Mars Spacecraft to Capture Images and Observe Comet's Red Planet Flyby on October 1 [PHOTOS]

The European Space Agency (ESA) Mars Express spacecraft is currently preparing to capture and further observe the 2013 Comet ISON while making its closest flyby to planet Mars on Tuesday, October 1. Space.com reports that Comet ISON will pass by the Red Planet at 6.5 million miles (10.4 million kilometers) so the spacecraft that started the observation campaign on September 21 must have a superior view.

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