Japan's "Fukushima heroes" battle nuclear crisis in anonymity

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* Admiration and sympathy for workers at Fukushima plant * Photos show them struggling in the dark to control reactors By Elaine Lies March 25 (Reuters) - Radiation injuries to three workers at Japan's stricken nuclear plant have put a focus once again on the unnamed and largely faceless corps of men risking their lives to prevent further catastrophe for their countrymen. First dubbed the "Fukushima Fifty", their number has now risen to more than 700 workers toiling inside an ...

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