Japan wants to dump contaminated water from the nuclear plant. Fishermen fear the worst.

The devastating earthquake and tsunami that swept through northern Japan in March 2011 took a lot from Tatsuo Niitsuma, a commercial fisherman in this coastal city of Fukushima Prefecture. The tsunami pulverized his fishing boat. He demolished his home. Most devastating of all, it cost the life of his daughter. Now, almost nine years after the disaster, Niitsuma, 77, runs the risk of losing even more, all his livelihood, as the government considers releasing contaminated water from a nuclear power plant destroyed by tsunami waves. >click to read< 08:09

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