[Sumi Aleksander, Japan News Contributor]
The Honshu region is a notoriously unstable part of Japan and practically each day earthquakes at M4 to 6 strike the area.
An anonymous source at the UN has disclosed that it is looking into the Fukushima plant disaster to decide whether Japan was negligent in building the a nuclear plant in such an unstable part of the country and in that respect whether it should be made to compensate all countries that are now affected from serious radioactive contamination from the nuclear disaster that struck the plant.
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