Japan’s nuclear victims seek compensation, but not their day in court via The Washington Post

TOKYO — It was 15 months ago that a massive nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi plant contaminated a broad circle of Japanese countryside and left hundreds of thousands of people without homes, jobs or both.

But for all the damage and despair it wrought, the disaster has unfolded without one conventional element: a widespread and contentious legal fight by those who say they should be compensated for their losses.

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The same article can be read in The Japan Times, “Nuclear redress will never approximate losses”

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