Japan to continue water-bombing nuclear plant's No. 3 reactor
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan will continue dropping water from the air on the No.3 reactor of its quake-stricken nuclear power plant on Friday, the country's nuclear safety agency said on Thursday night.
In a separate statement, the Fukushima Daiichi plant's owner, Tokyo Electric Power Co, said white smoke or steam had been seen coming from the No.2 reactor.
(Reporting by Mark Bendeich)
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