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Residents return to Naraha four years after Fukushima disaster

Four and a half years after Japan’s quake and tsunami tragedy of 2011, the evacuation order has finally been lifted in Naraha town, just 20 kilometers away from the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. It’s estimated that approximately 7,400 Naraha residents are allowed to return home after the evacuation order was lifted. But it’s not known how many residents will return permanently to a town that is still without hospitals, supermarkets and many daily essentials. Meanwhile, fears of radiation contamination continue to linger.

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