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Fukushima’s Fallout: The Half-Lives of Nuclear Refugees
To this day, the plant still leaks toxic, radioactive water and tens of thousands of “nuclear refugees” from nearby towns are still outcasts in their own land.
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Broken Lives of Fukushima

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