"The inability of such safe reactors to withstand major natural disasters casts a pall over the feasibility of building more reactors in Japan or elsewhere." More accurately: "The impressive ability of even an ageing reactor to survive a 9.0 magnitude quake, a 10-meter tsunami and two localized hydrogen explosions ***without*** being a major risk provides support to those who argue for the feasibility of building more reactors in Japan or elsewhere." And, no, I'm not associated with the nuclear lobby. I just don't like uninformed scaremongering.
Palestinians report IDF airstrikes on Islamic Jihad targets in southern Gaza Strip (Haaretz)
from the article: After the earthquake / In Japan, going from bad to worse