* Radioactivity soars in reactor 2, workers evacuated * Crisis far from end, says U.N. nuclear chief * Survey shows Japanese back tax hike for recovery (Updates throughout) By Shinichi Saoshiro and Taiga Uranaka TOKYO, March 27 (Reuters) - Workers were pulled back from a reactor building at Japan's earthquake-wrecked nuclear plant on Sunday after potentially lethal levels of radiation were detected in water there, a major setback for the dash to avert a catastrophic meltdown. The ...
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