Fukushima fishermen concerned for future over release of radioactive water

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Eight years after the triple disaster, Japan’s local industry faces fresh crisis – the dumping of radioactive water from the power plant On the afternoon of 11 March 2011, Tetsu Nozaki watched helplessly as a wall of water crashed into his boats in Onahama, a small fishing port on Japan’s Pacific coast. Nozaki lost three of his seven vessels in one of the worst tsunami disasters in Japan’s history
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