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BBC news with Iain Purdon.
The operators of Japanese nuclear plants damaged in Friday's earthquake and tsunami say a central cooling functions are being restored following a number of explosions and fine which will release dangerous levels of radiation. The company has now reviewed that four explosions took place rather than the three reported earlier and it's struggling to contain the most critical reactor. Chris Hogg reports from Tokyo.
Since Friday they have been struggling to cool the fuel rods in four reactors at the Fukushima power plant. A series of explosions in the fire had hampered that work. For a while, dangerously high levels of radiation were emitted. The later felt level still abnormal, but no longer a threat to human health. The cell pumping sea water to three reactors to try to stabilize them. The longer this goes on, the  more chance they have of success as overtime the rods will cool. But repeated releases of different amounts of radiation some large, some small are round nerving the Japanese.

Amid concerns about radiation a number of airlines of consul tries to Tokyo. Austria says it's moving its embassy to Osaka, 400 kilometers southwest of Tokyo. While China is preparing to evacuate its nationals from the areas closes to the damaged nuclear plant.

The Japanese authorities are still struggling to cope with the humanitarian and aftermath of Friday's earthquake and tsunami. More than a half of million people are living in temporary shelters which are short of water, food and fuel. While more freezing weather and snow is predicted for the days ahead. Nearly 3,500 people are now known to have died. Alistair Leithead has visited one of the worst defeated parts of northern Japan, Mxxx.
Yokiasato, was 80. He showed rivered a 30-meter high wave then debris on his back door step, left the family home untouched.  It was astonishing. The use to be lots of houses down there, and they've all gone. The buildings from below washed up here. There is little left but rooms poured high. The wooden shells of the homes ripped up and old family photo protruding from the mud.

European Union countries have agreed to carry out stress test in all the nuclear power stations following the accident of the Japanese  Fukushima plant. The energy commissioner said the test would take place before the end of the year. Earlier Germany said it was taking its oldest nuclear power stations off line for a three-month period during which safety standards would be reviewed.

The Uganda's governments and Anglo-Irish oil and gas company Tullow have signed an agreement that paves the way for the construction of a  ten-billion-dollar oil refinery. Ugandan gives its concerns to the arrangement wants Tullow agreed to pay more than 400-million dollars that the government says the company owed in taxes.

World News from BBC.

At least two people have died in Bahrain and hundreds have been injured in clashes between pro-democracy demonstrators and security forces. Doctors appealed for international help to insure access to the wounded. The latest violence follows the imposition of a state of  emergency by Bahrain's Sunnite rulers who earlier asked for the intervention of Saudi-led forces. This woman from Sxxx, a Shiite village outside the capital Manama told BBC what she heard from there.
Unarmed civilians are being attacked by live rounds, and the accents of the troops was, we knew that these are the Saudi Arabian troops, who came in today. They thought shooting people and the house center now is under siege. There are now 200 wounded people, there the doctors there want to give them treated, but the houses under sieges by gang, even the ambulances are taken by the children.

Rebel-held positions in Libya have come under sustained attacks from land, air as Gaddafi's troops continue to advance east towards. Fighter jets bombed the outskirts of the town of Ajdabiya. Ian Pannell reports.
If as looks likely as Ajdabiya force, it could give colonel Gaddafi a fast access to the main road to the border with Egypt and could effectively cut off Benghazi to broker a mainly small towns of normal east coast. Opposition fighters have shown their wolfly ill prepared and their equipped to hold the advanced government troops. And unless military units that defected a week ago now take a leading role, the 17th of February revolution could be real danger.

A judge in the United States has found a former nurse guilt of encouraging two people suffering from the depression to commit suicide. Willam Melchert-Dinkel was accused of trolling the internet for depressed people and then entering fix suicide pipes or telling them how to kill themselves. He is due to be sentenced in May.
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