Fears of Radiation in Food and Ocean Concern Coastal Japanese

Thursday, March 31, 2011

The BBC's Chris Hogg reports from Japan's east coast, where fears of radiation have entered the local psyche. He talks to residents who depend on fish and seaweed to eat and asks what they will do if radiation poisons their food. "What can we do?" they respond.

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Chris Hogg

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