Protesters at a demonstration against the Tokyo Olympics, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and nuclear energy on February 29, near the J-Village stadium that will host the start of the Olympic torch relay in Naraha, Fukushima prefecture. Photo: AFP Protesters at a demonstration against the Tokyo Olympics, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and nuclear energy on February 29, near the J-Village stadium that will host the start of the Olympic torch relay in Naraha, Fukushima prefecture. Photo: AFP
Protesters at a demonstration against the Tokyo Olympics, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and nuclear energy on February 29, near the J-Village stadium that will host the start of the Olympic torch relay in Naraha, Fukushima prefecture. Photo: AFP

Letters | Nine years on, Fukushima radiation levels still high ahead of Tokyo Olympics

  • Greenpeace found 45 hotspots with radiation levels exceeding official decontamination targets, and recontamination after recent typhoons, even as the Japanese government presses ahead with its normalisation campaign ahead of the Tokyo Olympics

Topic |   Fukushima nuclear disaster
Protesters at a demonstration against the Tokyo Olympics, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and nuclear energy on February 29, near the J-Village stadium that will host the start of the Olympic torch relay in Naraha, Fukushima prefecture. Photo: AFP Protesters at a demonstration against the Tokyo Olympics, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and nuclear energy on February 29, near the J-Village stadium that will host the start of the Olympic torch relay in Naraha, Fukushima prefecture. Photo: AFP
Protesters at a demonstration against the Tokyo Olympics, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and nuclear energy on February 29, near the J-Village stadium that will host the start of the Olympic torch relay in Naraha, Fukushima prefecture. Photo: AFP
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