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JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/ANNIVERSARY
RTS35MPL
March 11, 2020
A geiger counter, measuring the radiation level of 0.275 Microsievert per hour, is seen inside the exclusion...
FUTABA TOWN, Japan
A geiger counter is seen inside the exclusion zone around the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear...
A geiger counter, measuring the radiation level of 0.275 Microsievert per hour, is seen inside the exclusion zone around the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Futaba Town, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, March 10, 2020. Picture taken March 10, 2020. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
LITHUANIA-BELARUS/NUCLEAR
RTX75P2G
October 02, 2019
A specialist measures radiation level during a civil protection functional exercise in case of nuclear...
SVENCIONYS, Lithuania
Civil protection functional exercise in case of nuclear disaster in Svencionys
A specialist measures radiation level during a civil protection functional exercise in case of nuclear disaster in Svencionys, Lithuania October 2, 2019. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
LITHUANIA-BELARUS/NUCLEAR
RTX75P29
October 02, 2019
A specialist measures radiation level during a civil protection functional exercise in case of nuclear...
SVENCIONYS, Lithuania
Civil protection functional exercise in case of nuclear disaster in Svencionys
A specialist measures radiation level during a civil protection functional exercise in case of nuclear disaster in Svencionys, Lithuania October 2, 2019. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
CLIMATE-CHANGE/AUSTRIA-GLACIERS
RTX74JXQ
September 25, 2019
An instrument for measuring sunshine duration sits on the radiation terrace of the Sonnblick Observatory...
RAURIS, Austria
An instrument for measuring sunshine duration sits on the radiation terrace of the Sonnblick Observatory...
An instrument for measuring sunshine duration sits on the radiation terrace of the Sonnblick Observatory at 3,106 meters above sea level in the Hohe Tauern mountain range near Rauris, Austria, November 23, 2018. The old way to measure sunshine duration.REUTERS/Lisi Niesner
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/WATER
RTX6Q5S5
March 08, 2019
A geiger counter measures a radiation level of 54.0 microsievert per hour near the No.2 and No.3 reactor...
OKUMA TOWN, Japan
A geiger counter measures a radiation level of 54.0 microsievert per hour near the No.2 and No.3 reactor...
A geiger counter measures a radiation level of 54.0 microsievert per hour near the No.2 and No.3 reactor buildings at Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Okuma town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan February 18, 2019. Picture taken February 18, 2019. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/WATER
RTX6Q5S4
March 08, 2019
A rust-spotted Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.182 microsievert per hour, is seen between...
NAMIE TOWN, Japan
A rust-spotted Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.182 microsievert per hour, is seen between...
A rust-spotted Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.182 microsievert per hour, is seen between weeds at an area damaged by the March 11, 2011 tsunami, near Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, in Namie town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan February 19, 2019. Picture taken February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/WATER
RTX6Q5RN
March 08, 2019
Laboratory staff members chop fish while preparing it for radiation measurement testing at Matsukawaura...
SOMA, Japan
Laboratory staff members chop fish while preparing it for radiation measurement testing at Matsukawaura...
Laboratory staff members chop fish while preparing it for radiation measurement testing at Matsukawaura fishing port in Soma, Fukushima prefecture, Japan February 20, 2019. Picture taken February 20, 2019. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/WATER
RTX6Q5RA
March 08, 2019
A laboratory staff member chops fish while preparing it for radiation measurement testing at Matsukawaura...
SOMA, Japan
A laboratory staff member chops fish while preparing it for radiation measurement testing at Matsukawaura...
A laboratory staff member chops fish while preparing it for radiation measurement testing at Matsukawaura fishing port in Soma, Fukushima prefecture, Japan February 20, 2019. Picture taken February 20, 2019. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/WATER
RTX6Q5R8
March 08, 2019
A rust-spotted Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.182 microsievert per hour, is seen between...
NAMIE TOWN, Japan
A rust-spotted Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.182 microsievert per hour, is seen between...
A rust-spotted Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.182 microsievert per hour, is seen between weeds at an area damaged by the March 11, 2011 tsunami, near Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, in Namie town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan February 19, 2019. Picture taken February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/WATER
RTX6Q5R4
March 08, 2019
A Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.178 microsievert per hour, is seen between weeds at...
NAMIE TOWN, Japan
A Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.178 microsievert per hour, is seen between weeds near...
A Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.178 microsievert per hour, is seen between weeds at an area damaged by the March 11, 2011 tsunami, near Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, in Namie town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan February 19, 2019. Picture taken February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Issei Kato
OLYMPICS-2020/EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING
RTX6DABV
July 30, 2018
A radiation monitoring post measuring a radiation level of 0.116 microsievert per hour is seen at J-Village,...
Naraha Town, Japan
A radiation monitoring post measuring a radiation level of 0.116 microsievert per hour is seen at J-Village...
A radiation monitoring post measuring a radiation level of 0.116 microsievert per hour is seen at J-Village, a national soccer training complex that used to serve as an operation base for battling Japan's nuclear disaster, in Naraha Town, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan July 30, 2018. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/NUCLEAR-TOURISM
RTX6A9AQ
June 21, 2018
A radiation monitoring post measuring a radiation level of 0.167 microsievert per hour, is seen at Tomioka...
TOMIOKA TOWN, Japan
A radiation monitoring post measuring a radiation level of 0.167 microsievert per hour, is seen at Tomioka...
A radiation monitoring post measuring a radiation level of 0.167 microsievert per hour, is seen at Tomioka Daini Junior High School, near Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, in Tomioka town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan May 17, 2018. Picture taken May 17, 2018. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL/
RTX5U5AE
April 20, 2018
An employee measures the radiation level near a damaged fourth reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
An employee measures the radiation level near a damaged fourth reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power...
An employee measures the radiation level near a damaged fourth reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Chernobyl, Ukraine April 20, 2018. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL/
RTX5U59S
April 20, 2018
An employee measures the radiation level as journalists take pictures at a control centre of the stopped...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
An employee measures the radiation level as journalists take pictures at a control centre of the stopped...
An employee measures the radiation level as journalists take pictures at a control centre of the stopped third reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Chernobyl, Ukraine April 20, 2018. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/RETURNEES
RTS11VWV
March 08, 2017
A Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.127 microsievert per hour, is seen at an area damaged...
NAMIE TOWN, Japan
The Wider Image: Returning to deserted Fukushima
A Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.127 microsievert per hour, is seen at an area damaged by the March 11, 2011 tsunami, near Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, in Namie town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, March 1, 2017. REUTERS/Toru Hanai SEARCH "FUKUSHIMA RETURN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/RETURNEES
RTS11VWU
March 08, 2017
A Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.106 microsievert per hour, is seen at a temporary...
Nihonmatsu, Japan
The Wider Image: Returning to deserted Fukushima
A Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.106 microsievert per hour, is seen at a temporary housing complex that accommodates nuclear evacuees from Namie town, in Nihonmatsu, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Toru Hanai SEARCH "FUKUSHIMA RETURN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
JAPAN-WEARABLES/
RTSW0G3
January 18, 2017
Staff of Taiwanese company Viseeo demonstrate Doctor V's alcohol breathalyzer function during its demonstration...
Tokyo, Japan
Staff of Taiwanese company Viseeo demonstrate Doctor V's alcohol breathalyzer function during its demonstration...
Staff of Taiwanese company Viseeo demonstrate Doctor V's alcohol breathalyzer function during its demonstration at WEARABLE EXPO in Tokyo January 18, 2017. According to the company, the personal fitness tracker can measures user's heart rate, the breath alcohol content and detect UV radiation by connecting the device into the user's smartphone. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHERNOBYL-ANNIVERSARY/STALKER
RTX2B20O
April 21, 2016
A participant demonstrates a hand-made prop of a radioactive detector during a S.T.A.L.K.E.R. convention...
Moscow, Russia
The Wider Image: In the shadow of Chernobyl: S.T.A.L.K.E.R
A participant demonstrates a hand-made prop of a radioactive detector during a S.T.A.L.K.E.R. convention in Moscow, Russia, April 2, 2016. A game known as S.T.A.L.K.E.R., named after a popular computer shooter, is fast winning the minds of intellectuals across the former Soviet Union who take on roles of mutants, zombies and warriors on unfinished construction sites. As the 30th anniversary of the nuclear disaster in Chernobyl is marked on April 26, enacting a post-apocalyptic world is a philosophy that warns of the perils of uncontrolled use of nuclear power, the game's enthusiasts claim. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov SEARCH "S.T.A.L.K.E.R MAX" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL/ARCH
RTSBZG0
March 24, 2016
An employee measures the radiation level at a plant for processing liquid radioactive waste at the Chernobyl...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
An employee measures the radiation level at a plant for processing liquid radioactive waste at the Chernobyl...
An employee measures the radiation level at a plant for processing liquid radioactive waste at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL/ARCH
RTSBZFV
March 24, 2016
An employee measures the radiation level at a plant for processing liquid radioactive waste at the Chernobyl...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
An employee measures the radiation level at a plant for processing liquid radioactive waste at the Chernobyl...
An employee measures the radiation level at a plant for processing liquid radioactive waste at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
JAPAN-DISASTER/SEARCH
RTS97J2
March 04, 2016
A Reuters reporter measures a radiation level of 9.76 microsieverts per hour in front of Kumamachi Elementary...
OKUMA, Japan
The Wider Image: Fukushima: Searching for loved ones
A Reuters reporter measures a radiation level of 9.76 microsieverts per hour in front of Kumamachi Elementary School inside the exclusion zone in Okuma, near Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, February 13, 2016. Survivors exposed themselves to high levels of radiation five years ago while searching for family members swept away by the tsunami that triggered meltdowns at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant. The disaster in March 2011 killed nearly 16,000 people along Japan's northeastern coast and left more than 2,500 missing. Family members continue to look for the bodies of their missing loved ones, when access to the area is permitted, as they still try to bring closure to their loss. REUTERS/Toru Hanai SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
MIDEAST CRISIS/IRAQ-RADIOACTIVE
RTX27XR3
February 21, 2016
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material...
Basra, Iraq
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material...
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material in Basra, Iraq, February 21, 2016. Radioactive material that went missing in Iraq has been found dumped near a petrol station in the southern town of Zubair, officials said on Sunday, ending speculation it could be acquired by Islamic State and used as a weapon. The officials told Reuters the material, stored in a protective case the size of a laptop computer, was undamaged and there were no concerns about radiation. REUTERS/Essam Al-Sudani
MIDEAST CRISIS/IRAQ-RADIOACTIVE
RTX27XR0
February 21, 2016
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material...
Basra, Iraq
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material...
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material in Basra, Iraq, February 21, 2016. Radioactive material that went missing in Iraq has been found dumped near a petrol station in the southern town of Zubair, officials said on Sunday, ending speculation it could be acquired by Islamic State and used as a weapon. The officials told Reuters the material, stored in a protective case the size of a laptop computer, was undamaged and there were no concerns about radiation. REUTERS/Essam Al-Sudani
MIDEAST CRISIS/IRAQ-RADIOACTIVE
RTX27XQY
February 21, 2016
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material...
Basra, Iraq
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material...
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material in Basra, Iraq, February 21, 2016. Radioactive material that went missing in Iraq has been found dumped near a petrol station in the southern town of Zubair, officials said on Sunday, ending speculation it could be acquired by Islamic State and used as a weapon. The officials told Reuters the material, stored in a protective case the size of a laptop computer, was undamaged and there were no concerns about radiation. REUTERS/Essam Al-Sudani
MIDEAST CRISIS/IRAQ-RADIOACTIVE
RTX27XQX
February 21, 2016
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material...
Basra, Iraq
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material...
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material in Basra, Iraq, February 21, 2016. Radioactive material that went missing in Iraq has been found dumped near a petrol station in the southern town of Zubair, officials said on Sunday, ending speculation it could be acquired by Islamic State and used as a weapon. The officials told Reuters the material, stored in a protective case the size of a laptop computer, was undamaged and there were no concerns about radiation. REUTERS/Essam Al-Sudani
MIDEAST CRISIS/IRAQ-RADIOACTIVE
RTX27XQW
February 21, 2016
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material...
Basra, Iraq
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material...
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material in Basra, Iraq, February 21, 2016. Radioactive material that went missing in Iraq has been found dumped near a petrol station in the southern town of Zubair, officials said on Sunday, ending speculation it could be acquired by Islamic State and used as a weapon. The officials told Reuters the material, stored in a protective case the size of a laptop computer, was undamaged and there were no concerns about radiation. REUTERS/Essam Al-Sudani
MIDEAST CRISIS/IRAQ-RADIOACTIVE
RTX27XQP
February 21, 2016
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material...
Basra, Iraq
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material...
A member of a counter-radiation team uses a Geiger counter to search for missing radioactive material in Basra, Iraq, February 21, 2016. Radioactive material that went missing in Iraq has been found dumped near a petrol station in the southern town of Zubair, officials said on Sunday, ending speculation it could be acquired by Islamic State and used as a weapon. The officials told Reuters the material, stored in a protective case the size of a laptop computer, was undamaged and there were no concerns about radiation. REUTERS/Essam Al-Sudani TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
JAPAN-DISASTER/
RTX26APQ
February 10, 2016
A Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) employee measures radiation level of 213 microsievert per hour in...
OKUMA TOWN, Japan
A Tokyo Electric Power Co. employee measures radiation level of 213 microsievert per hour in front of...
A Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) employee measures radiation level of 213 microsievert per hour in front of the No. 2 (L) and No.3 reactor buildings at TEPCO's tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Okuma town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan February 10, 2016. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/RESTARTS
RTX1NTQR
August 11, 2015
79-year-old Shouhei Nomura checks radiation levels close to the protesters' campsite near Kyushu Electric...
SATSUMASENDAI, Japan
Wider Image: Protesting Japan’s Nuclear Restart
79-year-old Shouhei Nomura checks radiation levels close to the protesters' campsite near Kyushu Electric Power's Sendai nuclear power station in Satsumasendai, Kagoshima prefecture, Japan, August 8, 2015. Japan is due to switch on a nuclear reactor for the first time in nearly two years as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seeks to reassure a nervous public that tougher standards mean the sector is now safe after the Fukushima disaster in 2011. The head of Japan's atomic watchdog has said that the new safety regime meant a repeat of the Fukushima disaster would not happen, but protesters outside the Sendai plant are not convinced. REUTERS/Issei KatoPICTURE 6 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "PROTESTING JAPAN'S NUCLEAR RESTART".SEARCH "KATO SENDAI" FOR ALL PICTURES.
JAPAN-SURVIVORS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1MXGH
August 04, 2015
Atsushi Hoshino, a 87-year-old Hiroshima atomic bombing survivor, former college professor and ex-president...
FUKUSIHMA, Japan
Wider Image: A-bomb Survivors’ Fukushima Doubts
Atsushi Hoshino, a 87-year-old Hiroshima atomic bombing survivor, former college professor and ex-president of Fukushima University, speaks next to a radiation monitoring post measuring a radiation level of 0.123 microsievert per hour, at a park near his home in Fukushima, Japan, July 30, 2015. Hoshino was a high school student deployed to a munitions factory when a U.S. bomber dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Survivors of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki attacks, 70 years ago this month, figure among a majority of Japanese opposing a plan to reboot reactors taken offline after the Fukushima nuclear disaster. On March 11, 2011, a massive tsunami devastated the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in northeast Japan, triggering meltdowns, spewing radiation and forcing tens of thousands of residents to flee their homes, making it the world's worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl. The Sendai nuclear power station is expected to resume operations on August 10, the first to do so since Japan's nuclear plants were shuttered following the Fukushima disaster. Picture taken July 30, 2015. REUTERS/Toru Hanai PICTURE 10 OF 12 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "A-BOMB SURVIVORS' FUKUSHIMA DOUBTS"SEARCH "HANAI ATOMIC" FOR ALL PICTURES
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/RESTARTS
RTX1JHXJ
July 08, 2015
A geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.013 microsievert per hour, is seen inside the No.1...
SATSUMASENDAI, Japan
A geiger counter is seen inside No.1 reactor building where fuel rods are being inserted into reactor...
A geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.013 microsievert per hour, is seen inside the No.1 reactor building where fuel rods are being inserted into a reactor vessel at Kyushu Electric Power's Sendai nuclear power station in Satsumasendai, Kagoshima prefecture, Japan, July 8, 2015. Kyushu Electric Power Co started loading uranium fuel rods into a reactor on Tuesday, marking the first attempt to reboot Japan's nuclear industry in nearly two years after the sector was shutdown following the 2011 Fukushima disaster. REUTERS/Issei Kato

JAPAN-NUCLEAR/PARK
RTX1A35Z
April 24, 2015
Workers of Tokyo's Toshima ward office and police officers are seen in front of the playground equipment...
Tokyo, Japan
Workers of Tokyo's Toshima ward office and police officers are seen in front of playground equipment...
Workers of Tokyo's Toshima ward office and police officers are seen in front of the playground equipment where high levels of radiation were detected at a park in Toshima ward, Tokyo April 24, 2015. Authorities in the Japanese capital have cordoned off the playground where high levels of radiation were detected this week, reviving concerns about nuclear contamination four years after the Fukushima disaster. Nuclear regulators measured elevated radiation levels on Thursday in the children's park in central Tokyo, city officials said, more than 250 km (155 miles) from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant in northeast Japan. One area of the park registered 480 microsieverts per hour, or nearly half the recommended annual limit of exposure. The words in bottom read 'Dangerous. Keep out, REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/PARK
RTX1A2ZL
April 24, 2015
School children and a woman walk past the park where high radiation has been detected near a playground...
Tokyo, Japan
School children and woman walk near park where high radiation has been detected near a playground equipment...
School children and a woman walk past the park where high radiation has been detected near a playground equipment (rear R) in Toshima ward, Tokyo April 24, 2015. Authorities in the Japanese capital have cordoned off the playground where high levels of radiation were detected this week, reviving concerns about nuclear contamination four years after the Fukushima disaster. Nuclear regulators measured elevated radiation levels on Thursday in the children's park in central Tokyo, city officials said, more than 250 km (155 miles) from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant in northeast Japan. One area of the park registered 480 microsieverts per hour, or nearly half the recommended annual limit of exposure. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/PARK
RTX1A2YS
April 24, 2015
Workers of Tokyo's Toshima ward office and police officers check a container holding a fragment of an...
Tokyo, Japan
Workers of Tokyo's Toshima ward office and police officers check container holding fragment of unknown...
Workers of Tokyo's Toshima ward office and police officers check a container holding a fragment of an unknown object after it was dug up from the ground near playground equipment at a park in Toshima ward, Tokyo April 24, 2015. Authorities in the Japanese capital have cordoned off the playground where high levels of radiation were detected this week, reviving concerns about nuclear contamination four years after the Fukushima disaster. Nuclear regulators measured elevated radiation levels on Thursday in the children's park in central Tokyo, city officials said, more than 250 km (155 miles) from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant in northeast Japan. One area of the park registered 480 microsieverts per hour, or nearly half the recommended annual limit of exposure. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/PARK
RTX1A2X0
April 24, 2015
Workers of Tokyo's Toshima ward office carry away a container holding a fragment of an unknown object...
Tokyo, Japan
Workers of Tokyo's Toshima ward office carry container holding fragment of unknown object after it was...
Workers of Tokyo's Toshima ward office carry away a container holding a fragment of an unknown object after it was dug up from the ground near playground equipment at a park in Toshima ward, Tokyo April 24, 2015. Authorities in the Japanese capital have cordoned off the playground where high levels of radiation were detected this week, reviving concerns about nuclear contamination four years after the Fukushima disaster. Nuclear regulators measured elevated radiation levels on Thursday in the children's park in central Tokyo, city officials said, more than 250 km (155 miles) from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant in northeast Japan. One area of the park registered 480 microsieverts per hour, or nearly half the recommended annual limit of exposure. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/PARK
RTX1A2W9
April 24, 2015
A worker of Tokyo's Toshima ward office puts a sticker on a container holding a fragment of an unknown...
Tokyo, Japan
A worker of Tokyo's Toshima ward office puts a sticker on a container holding a fragment of an unknown...
A worker of Tokyo's Toshima ward office puts a sticker on a container holding a fragment of an unknown object after it was dug up from the ground near playground equipment at a park in Toshima ward, Tokyo April 24, 2015. Authorities in the Japanese capital have cordoned off the playground where high levels of radiation were detected this week, reviving concerns about nuclear contamination four years after the Fukushima disaster. Nuclear regulators measured elevated radiation levels on Thursday in the children's park in central Tokyo, city officials said, more than 250 km (155 miles) from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant in northeast Japan. One area of the park registered 480 microsieverts per hour, or nearly half the recommended annual limit of exposure. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/PARK
RTX1A2UQ
April 24, 2015
Workers of Tokyo's Toshima ward office carry away a container holding a fragment of an unknown object...
Tokyo, Japan
Workers of Tokyo's Toshima ward office carry away a container holding a fragment of an unknown object...
Workers of Tokyo's Toshima ward office carry away a container holding a fragment of an unknown object after it was dug up from the ground near playground equipment at a park in Toshima ward, Tokyo April 24, 2015. Authorities in the Japanese capital have cordoned off the playground where high levels of radiation were detected this week, reviving concerns about nuclear contamination four years after the Fukushima disaster. Nuclear regulators measured elevated radiation levels on Thursday in the children's park in central Tokyo, city officials said, more than 250 km (155 miles) from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant in northeast Japan. One area of the park registered 480 microsieverts per hour, or nearly half the recommended annual limit of exposure. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/SUICIDE
RTR3XWEP
July 09, 2014
A geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.860 microsievert per hour, is seen at a radiation...
Kawamata Town, Japan
A geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.860 microsievert per hour, is seen at a radiation...
A geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.860 microsievert per hour, is seen at a radiation decontamination operaton site at Yamakiya district in Kawamata town, Fukushima prefecture June 23, 2014. The triple meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant that followed the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami forced more than 150,000 people from their homes. About a third remain in temporary housing. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS ENERGY)
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/ICE-WALL
RTR3XUIL
July 09, 2014
A Tokyo Electric Power Co. (Tepco) employee measures radiation levels inside a new office building at...
Fukushima, Japan
A Tepco employee measures radiation levels inside a new office building at Tepco's tsunami-crippled Fukushima...
A Tokyo Electric Power Co. (Tepco) employee measures radiation levels inside a new office building at Tepco's tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima Prefecture July 9, 2014. The media were shown on Tuesday the site where Tepco is building a massive underground ice wall to contain leaking radioactive water. The utility is planning to build a 1.4-kilometre underground wall of ice around four reactor buildings at Fukushima to prevent underground water from flowing in, and stop radioactive water seeping into the Pacific Ocean. In the three years since a massive earthquake and tsunami set off nuclear meltdowns at Fukushima, Tepco has been fighting a constant battle to pump out, treat and store hundreds of thousands of tonnes of contaminated water. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama/Pool (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION DISASTER ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/ICE-WALL
RTR3XUHP
July 09, 2014
A Tokyo Electric Power Co. (Tepco) employee measures radiation levels as workers conduct operations to...
Fukushima, Japan
A Tepco employee measures radiation levels as workers construct an underground ice wall at Tepco's tsunami-crippled...
A Tokyo Electric Power Co. (Tepco) employee measures radiation levels as workers conduct operations to construct an underground ice wall at Tepco's tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima Prefecture July 9, 2014. The media were shown on Tuesday the site where Tepco is building a massive underground ice wall to contain leaking radioactive water. The utility is planning to build a 1.4-kilometre underground wall of ice around four reactor buildings at Fukushima to prevent underground water from flowing in, and stop radioactive water seeping into the Pacific Ocean. In the three years since a massive earthquake and tsunami set off nuclear meltdowns at Fukushima, Tepco has been fighting a constant battle to pump out, treat and store hundreds of thousands of tonnes of contaminated water. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama/Pool (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION DISASTER ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/CHILDREN
RTR3GD2O
March 10, 2014
A child walks past a geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.162 microsievert per hour, at a...
KORIYAMA, Japan
A child walks past a geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.162 microsievert per hour, at a...
A child walks past a geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.162 microsievert per hour, at a square in front of Koriyama Station in Koriyama, west of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Fukushima prefecture March 1, 2014. March 11 marks the third anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. In Koriyama, a short drive from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, the city recommended shortly after the disaster that children up to two years old not spend more than 15 minutes outside each day. Those aged 3 to 5 should limit their outdoor time to 30 minutes or less. The limits were lifted last year, but many kindergartens and nursery schools continue to obey them even now in line with the wishes of worried parents. An annual survey by the Fukushima prefecture Board of Education found that children in Fukushima weighed more than the national average in virtually every age group. The cause seems to be a lack of exercise and outdoor activity. Picture taken March 1, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)

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JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/CHILDREN
RTR3GD2A
March 10, 2014
A girl runs past a geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.122 microsievert per hour, upon her...
KORIYAMA, Japan
A girl runs past a geiger counter upon her arrival at the Emporium kindergarten in Koriyama, Fukushima...
A girl runs past a geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.122 microsievert per hour, upon her arrival at the Emporium kindergarten in Koriyama, west of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Fukushima prefecture February 28, 2014. March 11 marks the third anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. In Koriyama, a short drive from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, the city recommended shortly after the disaster that children up to two years old not spend more than 15 minutes outside each day. Those aged 3 to 5 should limit their outdoor time to 30 minutes or less. The limits were lifted last year, but many kindergartens and nursery schools continue to obey them even now in line with the wishes of worried parents. An annual survey by the Fukushima prefecture Board of Education found that children in Fukushima weighed more than the national average in virtually every age group. The cause seems to be a lack of exercise and outdoor activity. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)

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JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/CHILDREN
RTR3GD25
March 10, 2014
A Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.442 microsievert per hour, is seen at a park in Koriyama,...
KORIYAMA, Japan
A Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.442 microsievert per hour, is seen at a park in Koriyama,...
A Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.442 microsievert per hour, is seen at a park in Koriyama, west of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Fukushima prefecture February 27, 2014. March 11 marks the third anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. In Koriyama, a short drive from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, the city recommended shortly after the disaster that children up to two years old not spend more than 15 minutes outside each day. Those aged 3 to 5 should limit their outdoor time to 30 minutes or less. The limits were lifted last year, but many kindergartens and nursery schools continue to obey them even now in line with the wishes of worried parents. An annual survey by the Fukushima prefecture Board of Education found that children in Fukushima weighed more than the national average in virtually every age group. The cause seems to be a lack of exercise and outdoor activity. Picture taken February 27, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)

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JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/CHILDREN
RTR3GD21
March 10, 2014
A man uses a roller near a Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.207 microsievert per hour,...
KORIYAMA, Japan
A man uses a roller near a Geiger counter during nuclear radiation decontamination work at a park in...
A man uses a roller near a Geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.207 microsievert per hour, during nuclear radiation decontamination work at a park in Koriyama, west of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Fukushima prefecture February 27, 2014. March 11 marks the third anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. In Koriyama, a short drive from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, the city recommended shortly after the disaster that children up to two years old not spend more than 15 minutes outside each day. Those aged 3 to 5 should limit their outdoor time to 30 minutes or less. The limits were lifted last year, but many kindergartens and nursery schools continue to obey them even now in line with the wishes of worried parents. An annual survey by the Fukushima prefecture Board of Education found that children in Fukushima weighed more than the national average in virtually every age group. The cause seems to be a lack of exercise and outdoor activity. Picture taken February 27, 2014. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)

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JAPAN/
RTX17Z61
January 29, 2014
A Buddhist monk Yokoyama Shuhu wears a Geiger counter as he leads a small funeral ceremony for a women...
Minamitsushima, Japan
Big plastic bags containing radiated soil, leaves and debris from the decontamination operation are dumped...
A Buddhist monk Yokoyama Shuhu wears a Geiger counter as he leads a small funeral ceremony for a women who died as an evacuee at a cemetery in the evacuated town of Minamitsushima inside the exclusion zone in Fukushima prefecture September 21, 2013. Shuho had to leave his temple that is inside the exclusion zone and now lives in Fukushima town. He comes back for a brief visits only when asked by local residents, mostly for funerals. Asked about Olympic games in Tokyo 2020, Shuhu said "I think it's good we will have the Olympic Games. In seven years things will be cleaner around here. And fixed, I hope." REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER)
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/
RTX153V4
November 07, 2013
A Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) employee wearing a protective suit and mask uses a survey meter near...
Fukushima, Japan
TEPCO employee uses a survey meter near storage tanks for radioactive water in the H4 area in Fukushima...
A Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) employee wearing a protective suit and mask uses a survey meter near storage tanks for radioactive water in the H4 area where radioactive water leaked from a storage tank in August, at the tsunami-crippled TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture November 7, 2013. Japan approved on October 30, 2013 a plan by TEPCO to extract thousands of nuclear fuel rods from the fuel pool of the No. 4 reactor of the Fukushima Daiichi plant. Containing radiation equivalent to 14,000 times the amount released in the atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima 68 years ago, more than 1,300 used fuel rod assemblies packed tightly together need to be removed from a building that is vulnerable to collapse, should another large earthquake hit the area. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama/Pool (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY)
JAPAN/
RTR3FJNJ
October 03, 2013
An official measures radiation on a car leaving the exclusion zone near the tsunami-crippled Daiichi...
TOMIOKA, Japan
An official measures radiation on a car leaving the exclusion zone near the tsunami-crippled Daiichi...
An official measures radiation on a car leaving the exclusion zone near the tsunami-crippled Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture near the town of Tomioka September 13, 2013. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTR3FJM3
October 03, 2013
A Buddhist monk wears a Geiger counter as he leads a small funeral ceremony for Yotsuno Kanno, who died...
Minamitsushima, Japan
A Buddhist monk wears a Geiger counter as he leads a small funeral ceremony for a woman who died as an...
A Buddhist monk wears a Geiger counter as he leads a small funeral ceremony for Yotsuno Kanno, who died as an evacuee at a cemetery in the evacuated town of Minamitsushima inside the exclusion zone in Fukushima prefecture September 21, 2013. Kanno, who was evacuated after the disaster at Daiichi plant in 2011 with rest of people from Minamitsushima, died in temporary accommodation in May this year two weeks short of her 100th birthday. Former residents of evacuated towns can visit their homes once a month with special permissions but are not allowed to stay overnight inside the exclusion zone. A total of 160,000 people were ordered to leave their homes around Daiichi plant after the government announced the evacuation following the nuclear disaster in March 2011. Picture taken September 21, 2013. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT RELIGION)

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JAPAN/
RTR3FJM2
October 03, 2013
Officials measure the radiation level outside a shop in the evacuated town of Iitate in Fukushima prefecture...
Iitate, Japan
Officials measure radiation level outside a shop in evacuated town of Iitate in Fukushima prefecture
Officials measure the radiation level outside a shop in the evacuated town of Iitate in Fukushima prefecture September 18, 2013. A total of 160,000 people were ordered to leave their homes around Daiichi plant after the government announced the evacuation following the nuclear disaster in March 2011. In 2011 a massive earthquake and tsunami wrecked the Fukushima nuclear plant, resulting in a meltdown that became the world's worst atomic crisis in 25 years. About 160,000 people living near the plant were ordered to move out and the government established a 20-km compulsory evacuation zone. The operator of the plant, Tokyo Electric Power Co, is struggling to contain contaminated water at the site 240 km north of Tokyo. There have been multiple leaks and glitches over the last two and a half years. Picture taken September 18, 2013. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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JAPAN/
RTR3FJLU
October 03, 2013
An official gets ready to measure radiation levels on vehicles and people leaving the exclusion zone...
TOMIOKA, Japan
An official gets ready to measure radiation levels on vehicles and people leaving the exclusion zone...
An official gets ready to measure radiation levels on vehicles and people leaving the exclusion zone near the tsunami-crippled Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture near the town of Tomioka September 13, 2013. Former residents of evacuated towns can visit their homes once a month with special permissions but are not allowed to stay overnight inside the exclusion zone. A total of 160,000 people were ordered to leave their homes around Daiichi plant after the government announced the evacuation following the nuclear disaster in March 2011. Picture taken September 13, 2013 REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)


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FISHERY-KOREA/JAPAN
RTX139F8
September 06, 2013
An employee of the Noryangjin fisheries wholesale market places a geiger counter on a water tank containing...
Seoul, South Korea
An employee of the Noryangjin fisheries wholesale market places a geiger counter on a water tank containing...
An employee of the Noryangjin fisheries wholesale market places a geiger counter on a water tank containing Japanese snappers to check for possible radioactive contamination at the Noryangjin fisheries wholesale market in Seoul September 6, 2013. South Korea banned all fishery imports from a swath of Japan around the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant on Friday, dealing another blow to Tokyo's credibility on the eve of the capital's bid to host the Olympics. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD POLITICS)
FISHERY-KOREA/JAPAN
RTX1398O
September 06, 2013
A worker places a geiger counter on the surface of a fishery product, near mostly local fishery products...
Seoul, South Korea
A worker places a geiger counter on the surface of a fishery product, near mostly local fishery products...
A worker places a geiger counter on the surface of a fishery product, near mostly local fishery products on display, to check for possible radioactive contamination at a market in Seoul September 6, 2013. South Korea banned all fishery imports from a swath of Japan around the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant on Friday, dealing another blow to Tokyo's credibility on the eve of the capital's bid to host the Olympics. Just hours after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe broke away early from a global summit in Russia to personally back Tokyo's bid to host the 2020 Summer Games, Seoul extended a ban on 50 imports from eight Japanese prefectures, including Fukushima, due to concerns about radiation contamination. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
MDF2014650.SUB
RTX118PX
July 01, 2013
A border police officer inspects a truck with an instrument that measures carbon dioxide levels, at a...
Bajakovo, Croatia
A border police officer inspects a truck with an instrument that measures carbon dioxide levels, at a...
A border police officer inspects a truck with an instrument that measures carbon dioxide levels, at a border crossing in Bajakovo, the Croatia-Serbia border, east Croatia, May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
JAPAN/
RTX10KT2
June 12, 2013
A worker takes radiation readings on the window of a bus at the screening point of the Tokyo Electric...
FUKUSHIMA PREFECTURE, Japan
A worker takes radiation readings on the window of a bus at the screening point of the TEPCO's tsunami-crippled...
A worker takes radiation readings on the window of a bus at the screening point of the Tokyo Electric Power Company's (TEPCO) tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture June 12, 2013. REUTERS/Toshifumi Kitamura/Pool (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FUKUSHIMA-FISHERMEN/
RTX106YF
May 31, 2013
A laboratory technician uses a Geiger counter to measure radiation levels in fish, which was caught close...
KORIYAMA, Japan
A laboratory technician uses a Geiger counter to measure radiation levels in fish at the Fukushima Agricultural...
A laboratory technician uses a Geiger counter to measure radiation levels in fish, which was caught close to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, at the Fukushima Agricultural Technology Centre in Koriyama, Fukushima prefecture May 28, 2013. Commercial fishing has been banned near the tsunami-crippled nuclear complex since the March 2011 tsunami and earthquake. The only fishing that still takes place is for contamination research, and is carried out by small-scale fishermen contracted by the government. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
FUKUSHIMA-FISHERMEN/
RTX106UG
May 31, 2013
A laboratory technician uses a Geiger counter to measure radiation levels in fish, which was caught close...
KORIYAMA, Japan
A laboratory technician uses a Geiger counter to measure radiation levels in fish at the Fukushima Agricultural...
A laboratory technician uses a Geiger counter to measure radiation levels in fish, which was caught close to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, at the Fukushima Agricultural Technology Centre in Koriyama, Fukushima prefecture May 28, 2013. Commercial fishing has been banned near the tsunami-crippled nuclear complex since the March 2011 tsunami and earthquake. The only fishing that still takes place is for contamination research, and is carried out by small-scale fishermen contracted by the government. Picture taken May 28, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)

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FUKUSHIMA-FISHERMEN/
RTX106UE
May 31, 2013
A laboratory technician uses a Geiger counter to measure radiation in fish, which was caught close to...
KORIYAMA, Japan
A laboratory technician uses a Geiger counter to measure radiation in fish at Fukushima Agricultural...
A laboratory technician uses a Geiger counter to measure radiation in fish, which was caught close to the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, at Fukushima Agricultural Technology Centre in Koriyama, Fukushima prefecture May 28, 2013. Commercial fishing has been banned near the tsunami-crippled nuclear complex since the March 2011 tsunami and earthquake. The only fishing that still takes place is for contamination research, and is carried out by small-scale fishermen contracted by the government. Picture taken May 28, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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BELGIUM/
RTXYQOM
April 18, 2013
Belgium's King Albert II (R) walks through a detector to measure potential radiation during a visit to...
GHLIN, Belgium
Belgium's King Albert II walks through a detector to measure potential radiation during a visit to the...
Belgium's King Albert II (R) walks through a detector to measure potential radiation during a visit to the Belgian civil protection unit in Ghlin, near Mons April 18, 2013. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT)
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/
RTR3EMUO
March 06, 2013
Workers carry out a radiation screening on a bus for a media tour at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)'s...
Fukushima, Japan
Workers carry out radiation screening on bus for a media tour at TEPCO's tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi...
Workers carry out a radiation screening on a bus for a media tour at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture March 6, 2013, ahead of the second-year anniversary of the March 11, 2011 tsunami and earthquake. Members of the media were allowed into the plant on Wednesday ahead of the second-year anniversary of the March 11, 2011 tsunami and earthquake, which triggered the world's worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY ENERGY)
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/CANCER
RTR3EE70
February 28, 2013
Kindergarten children play near a geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.160 microsievert per...
Nihonmatsu, Japan
Kindergarten children play near a geiger counter at a Douhou Kindergarten, Fukushima
Kindergarten children play near a geiger counter, measuring a radiation level of 0.160 microsievert per hour, at Douhou Kindergarten, located about 50 km (31 miles) from the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, in Nihonmatsu, Fukushima prefecture February 25, 2013, ahead of the second-year anniversary of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami. As the World Health Organisation (WHO) says children in Fukushima may have a higher risk of developing thyroid cancer after the Daiichi nuclear disaster two years ago, mothers in Fukushima worry that local health authorities are not doing enough. Picture taken February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Chris Meyers (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH EDUCATION)
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