* No end in sight to Japan nuke, humanitarian disasters * High levels of radiation continue near crippled plants * Thousands still living in makeshift shelters * Animals said to be eating each other in evacuation zone (Recasts throughout) By Kiyoshi Takenaka and Yoko Nishikawa TOKYO, April 1 (Reuters) - Japan's nuclear and humanitarian crisis stretched to three weeks on Friday with radiation still leaking from a crippled nuclear power plant, thousands of homeless people struggling ...
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