Japan Self-Defense Force officers in radiation protection suits hold a blue sheet over patients who were exposed to high levels of radiation at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant on March 25. A team of experts at Japan's National Institute of Radiological Sciences have helped treat injured workers. Jiji Press/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Rapid Response Radiation Team Tends To Wounded

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This shipping container was discovered upside down on the seafloor by researchers in June 2004, four months after it was lost at sea. Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute hide caption

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Lost, Then Found: Shipping Containers On Seafloor

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One Doctor Aims For Better Health Care In Iraq

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In Post-Uprising Egypt, Everyone's Feeling The Pinch

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Afghan Rioters Reportedly Kill U.N. Office Workers

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Afghans carrying a man who was wounded in an attack on the U.N.'s Mazar-i-Sharif office during a demonstration to condemn the burning of the Quran by a Florida pastor. Mustafa Najafizada/AP hide caption

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African and Egyptian refugees waited at Misurata's port along with thousands of others who have been stranded while trying to flee the violence in Libya. Filippo Monteforte/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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NPR's Jon Hamilton Discusses The Progress Reported At Japan's Fukushima Dai-ichi Plant

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'Shop Talk': To Arm Libyan Rebels, Or Not?

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Cricket Game Fever Mounts In India

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Is U.S Involvement In Libya 'A Just War'?

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