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Thursday, July 5, 2012

Japanese protesters greet first reactor to go back online since nuclear disaster - The Washington Post

Japanese protesters greet first reactor to go back online since nuclear disaster - The Washington Post:

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TOKYO — Protesters thronged the wide streets in front of the prime minister’s office in Tokyo over the weekend, and across the country they gathered about a quarter-mile from the entrance of a nuclear plant. They shouted “No to the restart” and parked cars in front of the plant’s access road to block workers from coming or going, according to Japanese media.

(Yuriko Nakao/ Reuters ) - Protesters take part in an anti-nuclear demonstration demanding a stop to the resumption of nuclear power operations in Tokyo July 1, 2012.

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