Japan, Libya, United States

Wednesday, April 6, 2011 - 9:31pm

AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – Japan, officials claiming a crack at the damaged nuclear plant that allowed some highly radioactive water to pour straight into the sea has been plugged. It's a step in the right direction but officials say they're still pouring water on the reactors to keep them cool and that buildup is going to have to go somewhere. Officials admit more breaches are likely.

Libya – Leaders there are claiming Nato has failed. The Libyan National Provisional Council is accusing the organization of delaying action against Muammar Al-Gaddafi troops. They claim the dictator is killing innocent civilians and Nato isn't doing anything about it. The leaders saying they've seen a slow down in airstrikes since Nato took charge.

United States – A company in Arizona is rolling out a new type of bullet-proof metal. Bourque Industries testing their invention "Kryron” and it works. The company is hoping the invention will help keep troops safe and it will also bring a lot of jobs to the Tucson area.

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