Japan pushes ahead with nuclear-power reset

Government says energy source vital for struggling economy but, post-Fukushima, many still distrustful of safety steps.

    Japan is gearing up to restart a nuclear-power station for the first time since the Fukushima meltdown disaster.

    The government says nuclear power is vital for its struggling economy. However, many Japanese do not trust the safety measures and oppose the government's decision.

    Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett reports from Kagoshima.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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