UN nuclear agency experts going to Japan for fact finding trip

U.N. nuclear experts are en route to Japan for a fact-finding trip in the wake of a devastating tsunami that caused major damage and radiation leaks at one of the countrys power plants.

The International Atomic Energy Agency says the mission, which starts Tuesday and ends June 2, will focus on safety issues and include a visit to the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant that was hard hit by the March 11 killer wave triggered by a massive earthquake.

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