Tokyo’s decision to release radioactive water triggers international outcry

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Japan’s decision to begin releasing more than a million tons of treated but still radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean has sparked an international outcry. A trio of independent human rights experts said the move could pose a lasting threat to human health and the environment. CGTN spoke with UN Special Rapporteur Marcos Orellana about his biggest concerns

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