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  • Wen's visit comes a day after more than 20 relatives of people who died in the crash gathered at the Wenzhou South Station, holding banners demanding answers regarding the accident's cause, Chinese media reported.

    China says equipment flaws caused deadly train crash

  • Mr. Wen, in white shirt sleeves and accompanied by an entourage of dozens of officials, appeared visibly moved as he bowed deeply in front of a bed of fresh-cut flowers commemorating the accident's victims, and vowed that the government's investigation—which so far has been widely criticized for lacking transparency—will offer a result that can "stand the test of history."

    China's Wen Cautions on Rail Push

  • Wen's visit comes a day after more than 20 relatives of people who died in the crash gathered at the Wenzhou South Station, holding banners demanding answers regarding the accident's cause, Chinese media reported.

    China train crash caused by 'signal design flaw', says report

  • Wen's visit comes a day after more than 20 relatives of people who died in the crash gathered at the Wenzhou South Station, holding banners demanding answers regarding the accident's cause, Chinese media reported.

    China says equipment flaws caused deadly train crash

  • The panel is expected to look into a wide range of areas, including TEPCO's corporate culture, Japan's nuclear safety myth, government regulatory functions, and the accident's effect on the economy and food safety.

    Japan 'unprepared' for nuclear disaster

  • If you look closely -- and strangers occasionally sidle up to him to do just that -- the accident's remnants are evident; there's a tiny bump in each spot.

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  • In another sign of the accident's significance, officials are widening the 12-mile evacuation zone around the plant.

    What's News: World-Wide

  • Gauging the Threat Japan's nuclear regulators said the plant has likely released so much radiation into the environment that it must boost the accident's severity rating on the International Nuclear Event scale to a 7 from 5 currently.

    Japanese Declare Crisis at Level of Chernobyl

  • Ms. Toothman would be the accident's seventh fatality.

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  • The panel is expected to look into a wide range of areas, including TEPCO's corporate culture, Japan's nuclear safety myth, government regulatory functions, and the accident's effect on the economy and food safety.

    Japan 'unprepared' for nuclear disaster

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