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Japan refugees make brief trip home

Tuesday, May 10, 2011 - 01:34

May 10 - Evacuees are allowed briefly back to their homes inside the Fukushima Daiichi exclusion zone to collect belongings. Paul Chapman reports.

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These evacuees from the exclusion zone around Japan's crippled nuclear power on -- CNET news in -- she village for weeks. This was their first trip back since the Fukushima Dai -- partly to -- -- ancient after the march 11 quake and tsunami. It's the briefest of visits they have just to house to collect personal belongings and for some -- on the problems. This homeless capital a free to Krugman he says that's -- -- of his mind. Yeah I think I think. That. Well I'm not worried I think Leo well the M free so why not when it even -- on -- Other people -- freeing the accounts as well so -- will become friends. So based on the apple doesn't from. Thousands of people within twenty kilometer radius of the -- nuclear counts of being forced to leave their homes. Others in five towns downwind from the constable sleeping told they'll have to get. The head of particular electric power company which operates the stricken aunt is asking for government help shoulder the burden of compensation. Ministers have so far failed to agree on a final plans to help the firm cope with the anticipated multi billion dollar bill. While the wrangling goes on these evacuees have to come to terms that the possibilities that this is the loss they'll see of their own homes for very long time. Paul Chapman releases.

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Japan refugees make brief trip home

Tuesday, May 10, 2011 - 01:34