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- updated High levels of radiation found in groundwater at Fukushima
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- recap Heat force Game 7 with OT win over Spurs
- LeBron James and Ray Allen powered Miami to a frantic fourth-quarter rally and overtime escape as the Heat beat the San Antonio Spurs 103-100 on Tuesday night to extend the NBA Finals to a Game 7.
- Canada to send peacekeeping troops to Haiti
- A handful of Canadian troops are about to take part in peacekeeping operation in Haiti, under the command of Brazilian forces, in a long-delayed mission that has been kept inexplicably low on the political radar.