Japanese Tsunami Victims Begin Return Home. However, the timetable for a return to normalcy has finally begun for some of these refugees. On April 1, the Japanese government announced that a neighborhood 12 miles from the site of the Fukushima nuclear plant was deemed livable again. This allowed 357 residents to return to their homes,
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EIGHT years after fleeing their homes after a tsunami caused a Fukushima nuclear power plant to go into meltdown, just a tiny trickle have braved returning to the evacuation zone. Local officials paint a rosy picture, but few of the 100,000 evacuees have reclaimed their homes, offices, schools and streets from wildly towering weeds and [.]
Fukushima evacuation has killed more than earthquake and tsunami, survey says. Close to 16,000 people were killed across Japan as a direct result of the earthquake and tsunami in 2011. According to the Mainichi report, 1,599 of these deaths were in the Fukushima Prefecture.
Japan to lift part of Fukushima evacuation order, allowing Tamura city residents to return home.. Officials say once the evacuation order is lifted, people will be free to choose whether or not.
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EIGHT years after fleeing their homes after a tsunami caused a Fukushima nuclear power plant to go into meltdown, just a tiny trickle have braved returning to the evacuation zone. Local officials paint a rosy picture , but few of the 100,000 evacuees have reclaimed their homes, offices, schools and streets from wildly towering weeds [.]
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