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Area around Fukushima is now a radioactive wasteland that will be uninhabitable for decades

By Gutierrez: (NaturalNews) A foreign correspondent whose career consists of traveling to dangerous regions around the world has called the area around Fukushima, Japan, one of the most hopeless places he has ever visited, likening it to a "post apocalyptic ghost town."

"I have seen abandoned villages before; most times there is a sense of finality to them," writes Arglit Boonyai, host of the weekly Channel NewsAsia show Danger Zone. "It is as though the town's time is up and the people have moved on. Fukushima is nothing like that. It's like time just stopped."

Drone carrying radioactive material lands on Japanese PM's office in apparent Fukushima protest

By Gutierrez: (NaturalNews) Japanese police are investigating after a drone seemingly contaminated with radioactive cesium was discovered on the roof of the prime minister's office on April 22. A man has turned himself in, claiming he landed the drone as a protest against Japan's nuclear energy policy.

In 2011, a massive earthquake and tsunami triggered multiple meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. The disaster reignited anti-nuclear sentiment in Japan, and an estimated 80 percent of the population now considers themselves "anti-nuclear."

Japanese prosecutors drop charges against TEPCO over nuclear meltdown disaster


In a move that has shocked many inside and outside of the country, three years after the March 2011 nuclear reactor meltdowns at the Fukushima power plant, Japanese prosecutors have decided to drop all charges against Tokyo Electric Power Co., or TEPCO, which essentially means that no one will be held responsible for the disaster and its aftermath.