Japan: 1000s Protest Before Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Anniversary

"Thousands of anti-nuclear protesters have gathered across Japan. The rallies come on the eve of the two-year anniversary of an earthquake and tsunami that caused the Fukushima disaster."

"Tens of thousands of people converged on central Tokyo's Hibiya Park Sunday in opposition to nuclear power. Activists and scholars gave talks and musicians performed before sign-carrying crowds that marched through the government district of Kasumigaseki to parliament.

'I think it is adults' responsibility to achieve zero nuclear power, before we die,' said one of the banners held by protesters."

Deutsche Welle had the story from AFP and Reuters March 10, 2013.

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"Fukushima Digs In for Decades of Cleanup" (Wall St. Journal)

"Fukushima Toxic Waste Swells as Japan Marks March 11 Disaster" (Bloomberg BusinessWeek)

"Okuma: Town That Co-Hosts Fukushima Plant Remains Deserted" (Asahi Shimbun)

"Fukushima Radiation Fight An Uphill Task" (Times of India)

"Fukushima Seeks Revival in Radiation-Free Farms With No Soil" (Bloomberg)

"Fukushima Nuclear Cleanup Bogged Down in Bureaucracy, Could Take Decades" (Daily Beast)

Source: Deutsche Welle, 03/11/2013