Japanese man risks health for farm

Fukushima farmer unable to bring himself to leave area despite testing positive for exposure to radioactive elements.

    Masami Yoshizawa, a Japanese farmer, lives just kilometres away from the stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant.

    He was a witness to the March 2011 disaster and has tested positive for exposure to radioactive elements. But he cannot bring himself to leave his farm or his 330 cows.

    Al Jazeera's Michael Okwu reports.


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