WRAPUP 4-Radiation spikes in seawater by stricken Japan plant


* Removing radioactive water a priority * People in zone 20-30 km from plant encouraged to leave * More than 10,000 dead, 17,500 missing after quake, tsunami (Adds nuclear safety agency on seawater radiation; updates throughout) By Chizu Nomiyama and Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO, March 26 (Reuters) - Radioactivity levels are soaring in seawater near the crippled Fukushima Daiichi plant, Japan's nuclear safety agency said on Saturday, two weeks after the nuclear power plant was hit by a ...

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