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By Jonathan Soble in Tokyo Published: April 17 2011 14:22 | Last updated: April 17 2011 19:36 Japan’s nuclear crisis may take nine months to resolve, according to the first timetable released by , the operator of the crippled Fukushima atomic plant. on Sunday unveiled a plan – its first since the....

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Keywords: Russia, United states, Japan / Itar-Tass, Dmitry Medvedev / russian, moscow, putin, president, nuclear

Start date: Tuesday, March 30, 2010

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