Electricity Restored to Japan Nuclear Plant
A sign of progress at the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan -- workers have been able to restore electricity to the plant. The hope is that with the power lines in place, officials can restart the plant's cooling system that was knocked out during the earthquake and tsunami.
However, Tokyo Electric Power Co. warned that the damage sustained to all of the equipment must still be checked before turning on the cooling system at all four reactors. That could takes days or even weeks.
Russia Today has a full report: