Ten years after Fukushima, the future of nuclear power still in question in Japan

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Ten years after the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, the start of the torch route for the Tokyo Olympics is a festive symbol of reconstruction. Scheduled on March 25 at the J-Village, a green sports complex set up about twenty kilometers south of the power plant damaged on March 11, 2011 by a powerful earthquake and a violent tsunami, the event should “present the world of Fukushima” now. “, A region which has overcome an unprecedented disaster and which continues to recover,” boasts Makoto Noji, head of sports at the eponymous department.

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