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Hiroshima 66th Anniversary: Thoughts Of Fukushima Nuclear Plant Cloud Ceremonies (PHOTOS) via Huffington Post

Japan’s annual commemorations of the Aug. 6, 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima were particularly poignant this year, with thoughts quickly turning to those living near the Fukushima Nuclear Plant left crippled by the devastating March earthquake and tsunami.

As the Japan Times is reporting, many Hiroshima survivors and family members expressed solidarity with Fukushima victims during ceremonies on the eve of the 66th anniversary. “Nobody knows the fear and uncertainty Fukushima residents face over radiation levels better than the people of Hiroshima,” 68-year-old Setsuko Kumazaki, who lost several relatives in Hiroshima, is quoted as saying.

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