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3 nuclear workers hospitalized in
Japan<http://www.presstv.ir/detail/171439.html> 24 Mar 2011 Three
workers at reactor 3 of Japan's Fukushima Prefecture have been taken
to hospital for radiation, while the nuclear crisis keeps high the
life-threatening concerns of the disaster. Japan's nuclear safety
agency said the workers of the Fukushima Daiichi plant were
hospitalized after being exposed to radiation, AFP reported Thursday.

Fire breaks out at Miami airport fuel tank
farm<http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/03/24/2131212/fire-breaks-out-at-miami-a
irport.html> 24 Mar 2011 A fire has broken out in an area where
fuel is kept at the Miami International Airport. Miami Dade fire
rescue dispatch supervisor Eric Dellacatena says no one has been
injured in the fire that broke out late Wednesday night at a fuel
tank farm at the airport. He said about 50 units were on the scene
battling the blaze early Thursday.

Special Forces may have role in
Libya<http://www.thesunnews.com/2011/03/24/2057996/special-forces-may-have-ro
le-in.html> --N.C. troops could see action 24 Mar 2011 While U.S.
military involvement in Libya has been limited to strikes from the
air and sea, analysts say it's possible that U.S. Special Forces
soldiers could become involved in the conflict. Retired Gen. Dan
McNeill, a former commanding general of the 82nd Airborne Division
and 18th Airborne Corps, said he trusts the Obama administration's
assertion that there will be no ground invasion.

But analysts say the use of Special Forces soldiers is an option.

US Soldier Jailed For Killing Afghan
Civilians<http://www.rttnews.com/Content/GeneralNews.aspx?Id=1582396> 24
Mar 2011 A U.S. soldier was sentenced to 24 years in prison on
Wednesday after he pleaded guilty at his court martial to killing
three unarmed civilians in Afghanistan's Kandahar province between
January and May last year. Specialist Jeremy Morlock had pleaded
guilty to three counts of murder and one count each of conspiracy,
obstructing justice and illegal drug use under a deal reached with
the prosecution.

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