Residents from two towns near Japan's crippled nuclear plant have left their homes, after the exclusion zone was extended. About 5-thousand people were moved into housing and hotels in nearby cities. The latest evacuations began after melting fuel rods created a hole in a reactor chamber. Japanese engineers are now trying to come up with new ways to stabilize the stricken reactor, as radioactive material continues to leak.
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