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☆Japan to allow inspection of nuke plant （米紙「ＵＳＡ ＴＯＤＡＹ」。なお同紙は全米における発行部数が首位であり、全米５０州すべてで販売されている）
The Japanese government will allow U.N. inspectors to probe a nuclear power plant that leaked radioactivity last week after a powerful earthquake, giving in to demands by local officials, a news report said Sunday.
The Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant ― the world's largest in terms of capacity ― announced a number of leaks and malfunctions in the wake of last Monday's magnitude-6.8 quake, which killed 10 people and injured more than 1,000.
☆Japan agrees to UN nuclear plant inspection, report says （オーストラリア国営放送ＡＢＣ）
Japan has agreed to let United Nations (UN) experts inspect its largest nuclear power plant, which leaked radiation after a powerful earthquake, a report says.
Kyodo News says the Industry Ministry has told the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) it will agree to the inspection of the plant some 250 kilometres north-west of Tokyo.
☆Japan accepts IAEA inspectors （ニュージーランドの「Television New Zealand」）
The Japanese government will allow inspectors from the United Nations to look into leaks at the world's largest nuclear plant caused by an earthquake this week, Kyodo news agency quoted officials as saying.
"The Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency under the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has told the IAEA that it will accept the inspection of the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa nuclear plant of Tokyo Electric Power Co.," Kyodo reported.
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