Japan Says Nuclear Crisis Stabilizing, Time To Rebuild

Japan says nuclear crisis stabilizing, time to rebuild

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's nuclear crisis is slowly stabilizing and the country must now focus on repairing the damage wrought by the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck the northeast coast a month ago, Prime Minister Naoto Kan said.

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