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Shoot: Radiation Levels at Fukushima City Schools

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Greenpeace calls on Japan’s new Prime Minister to delay the September 1st opening of schools in Fukushima City until effective radioactive decontamination is carried out, after a Greenpeace radiation monitoring team found dose rates exceeding international safety standards.
Greenpeace has been monitoring radioactive contamination of food, sea life and the environment in the region surrounding the crisis-stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant since March, and has continually called for a "protective status" for the area. This would include comprehensive, wide-ranging screening and decontamination measures and for vulnerable groups, such as pregnant women and children still living in highly contaminated areas outside the mandatory 30km exclusion zone such as Fukushima City, to be relocated.
View of Fukushima City
19 Aug, 2011
View of Fukushima City
Kindergarten in Fukushima City
18 Aug, 2011
Kindergarten in Fukushima City
Kindergarten in Fukushima City
18 Aug, 2011
Kindergarten in Fukushima City
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Child in Kindergarten in Fukushima City
18 Aug, 2011
Child in Kindergarten in Fukushima City
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Monitoring Radiation at Fukushima School
18 Aug, 2011
Monitoring Radiation at Fukushima School
Monitoring Radiation at Fukushima School
19 Aug, 2011
Monitoring Radiation at Fukushima School
Monitoring Radiation at Fukushima School
18 Aug, 2011
Monitoring Radiation at Fukushima School
Monitoring Radiation at Fukushima School
18 Aug, 2011
Monitoring Radiation at Fukushima School
Monitoring Radiation at Fukushima School
17 Aug, 2011
Monitoring Radiation at Fukushima School
Monitoring Radiation at Fukushima School
17 Aug, 2011
Monitoring Radiation at Fukushima School
Kindergarten in Fukushima City
18 Aug, 2011
Kindergarten in Fukushima City
Restrictions apply
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