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Atomic energy agency condemns north korea for putting nuclear waste on ice
The Japanese government said last week that it has ordered the freezing of radioactive waste on the Koryo peninsula as part of a plan to prevent its release into the environment.
The freeze will take place from Tuesday and is part of an ongoing agreement to try to prevent radioactive wastes escaping from the site.
Last year the government estimated that the freezing project would produce about 2.5 million pounds of radioactive waste.
In February 2014, the Koryo government issued a list of items including waste management plans for the site which the company had hoped to produce before the freeze was due to start in January.
The Koryo government has been at the center of a diplomatic spat between South Korea and Japan over the controversial radioactive waste dump.
The government said last week that it had frozen four nuclear waste sites because there were concerns about contamination of the soil and water.
But a month earlier, South Korea's Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) had cited concerns over contamination caused by radioactive waste and a number of other issues.
Japan has defended its actions saying a freeze could be in the interests of national security.
Alleged blue mountains stabber charged in death
TAMPA, Fla. â€” A suspected gunman who used to drive pickup trucks in Tallahassee was arrested after a neighbor alerted police about his erratic behavior, deputies said.
The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office received a tip Wednesday about an incident involving 36-year-old Michael Rene "Brad" Gentry.
Investigators were told that shortly after 6 p.m. Wednesday, Gentry was riding his Dodge Charger eastbound on Bay State Drive in Tampa on the wrong side of the road when he pulled over, according to police. After a couple minutes in the car, Gentry pulled out a handgun and opened fire on the victim's girlfriend, who had called 911, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office.
Gentry then fled the scene.
Two days later, sheriff's deputies saw a vehicle matching Gentry's description parked at West Hillswood Park south of the area where the shooting took place.
Investigators found a loaded Ruger handgun that matched the.380-caliber Gentry was seen in the parking lot of a gas station. When deputies approached the parked vehicle, they found Gentry in the driver's seat, with the gun still inside the glove compartment. According to investigators, officers found the rifle was loaded and the driver's-side window was open. Gentry was unresponsive to EMS attempts to revive him with CPR.
Gentry was transported to Tampa Regional Medical Center where he later died, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
Detectives were still searching for another vehicle that matched Gentry's description on Wednesday, police said, but it is not known if it was on the loose and who owned the vehicle or if it might be at the scene where Gentry's vehicle was stopped.
Gentry lived in Tampa, according to court records, and authorities listed no address in Hillsborough County.
The Tampa police chief said at a news conference Wednesday afternoon that Gentry was a "good guy" who "died doing what he loved."
Sheriff Mike Seitz also asked for the public's help in locating a suspect.
"We are asking the public to be on the lookout for Michael Rene Gentry," Seitz said. "He may be gone. We may still be hunting for him."
Gentry's wife and the teen's stepfather, who are both relatives of the victim, were located and were in fair condition Wednesday at a hospital, authorities said.
A relative is charged in the shooting death of the 14-year-old girl, whose body was found outside a gas station on Bay State Drive.
A family friend of the victim tells 7 Action News that she believed the tee