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Japan has releasing radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the ocean. The plant was by a huge earthquake and tsunami in March 2011. After the power plant was , the power company radioactive water in 1,000 giant tanks. The water has been treated to its radioactivity. It is now being slowly into the Pacific Ocean through a long sea tunnel. Japan that the water is safe and would not the environment. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said the water with international safety standards. It said there would a "negligible radiological impact on people and the environment".

Many people in Japan, as well as countries near Japan, angry that radioactive water is into the Pacific. Local fishermen are worried they will not be able to their fish. China has already seafood from Fukushima and the capital city, Tokyo. China's foreign ministry the release of the water a "wrongful decision" and Japan to stop. A spokesperson said: "Japan is its own self-interest over the long-term well-being of all humankind". Hong Kong is also worried about food safety. It said it would "immediately" importing some Japanese food products. South Korean activists have also , although Seoul understood that the water international standards.

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