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By North Asia correspondent Mark Willacy, wires

Updated Thu May 26, 2011 7:52pm AEST

Greenpeace says data from its radiation monitoring in the ocean off Japan’s stricken Fukushima nuclear plant shows massive levels of contamination in seaweed and other marine life.

The environmental group is warning that both the environment and people are at long-term risk.

After taking samples of fish, shellfish and seaweed collected in the Pacific Ocean, 20 kilometres off Fukushima, Greenpeace sent them for analysis at independent French and Belgian laboratories. Read the full article