Fukushima, landless return

Un gardien interdit l'accès à la ville de Namie, située en pleine zone sinistrée, au nord de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima Daiichi, mercredi.

A prohibits the keeper access to the town of Namie, situated in the disaster area, north of the Fukushima Daiichi Wednesday Photo credits:. KIMIMASA MAYAMA / EPA / MAXPPP

REPORT – Five years after the earthquake and nuclear disaster, Japan continues its gigantic task of reconstruction and decontamination. Residents, refugees and workers crossing without seeing in this enormous project. With, for all the hope of a new beginning.

Special Envoy to Fukushima

Sunday is quiet in the hamlet of Chuodai. Sort of Neuilly-sur-Seine on the heights of Iwaki, main industrial port of Fukushima prefecture, its flowery streets lined with plush lodges before whom wait patiently gleaming Toyota. Overhanging a junk church prepares to celebrate a wedding. No sooner does one note near the kindergarten a temporary hamlet of chalets which merges with the gray sky. Then other barracks, as …

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