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More than two weeks after a huge earthquake and tsunami triggered the world’s worst nuclear crisis since 1986, prospects for a speedy resolution at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant look more distant by the day.

Plutonium has been found in the soil at the crippled plant 240 km (150 miles) north of Tokyo, authorities said on March 29, the latest in a series of radioactive contamination revelations.

Radiation has been found in the sea off the plant, in vegetables and even in Tokyo tap water, though only briefly, the government said.

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