* Three workers hurt, work at plant slowed * Contamination fears spread in Japan and beyond * Earthquake and tsunami left 27,400 dead or missing (Adds details) By Yoko Kubota and Kazunori Takada TOKYO, March 25 (Reuters) - Radiation injuries to three workers complicated the battle to control Japan's crippled nuclear plant on Friday and heightened global anxiety over the worst atomic crisis in 25 years. Hailed by Japanese as anonymous heroes braving unknown dangers, about 300 ...
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