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Greenpeace urges Japan to evacuate town’s children via AFP

TOKYO — Greenpeace called on Japan on Thursday to evacuate children and pregnant women from a town about 60 kilometres (40 miles) from the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant because of high radiation.
The environmental and anti-nuclear group said its own data from Fukushima town roughly matched that of the government, but that it drew radically different conclusions, especially on the health threat for children.
It demanded Japan’s government “provide full financial and logistical support for the prompt evacuation of pregnant women and children living in high-radiation areas and conduct a full clean-up of contaminated areas.”
Greenpeace chief Kumi Naidoo, after a visit to a kindergarten in the town where parents have been removing contaminated topsoil, said that Fukushima’s people now face both a “radiation catastrophe” and an “information limbo”.

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  1. Scared Pregnant says

    So scared of being pregnant, I think the more information you can read the better.



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