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Fukushima, the nuclear refugees

Kunimi, April 27 2011 - Reiko Sato, 67, lived in Odaka, 15km from the Fukushima nuclear power plant.
"We are old. But for the youngest, that's terrible. Everything has disappeared. I have a 2 year-old grand-son. I am scared for him because of the radiations.
I have no image for the future. When I sleep at night, I dream of the spring. But when I wake up, I can not see it arrived already. Even those trees, we don't know if we will eat their peaches."

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Editorial: Fukushima (2011-2017)
Kunimi, April 27 2011 - Reiko Sato, 67, lived in Odaka, 15km from the Fukushima nuclear power plant. <br />
"We are old. But for the youngest, that's terrible. Everything has disappeared. I have a 2 year-old grand-son. I am scared for him because of the radiations. <br />
I have no image for the future. When I sleep at night, I dream of the spring. But when I wake up, I can not see it arrived already. Even those trees, we don't know if we will eat their peaches."