By SHOKO RIKIMARU/ Staff Writer
March 10, 2020 at 18:34 JST
In the difficult-to-return-zone in Tomioka, Fukushima Prefecture, there are locations that are temporary sites to put radioactive soil taken from other areas on Feb. 8. (Shinichi Sekine)
TOMIOKA, Fukushima Prefecture--When the evacuation order was lifted here three years ago for residents to return home after the 2011 nuclear accident, local officials thought a supermarket would be a welcome sight. [Read More]
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