LaborNet TV: Fukushima Evacuees 5 Years Later, then and now / あれから五年 福島からの避難者は今 (English subtitles / 英語字幕つき ): Surge in Deformed Babies, Abortions

h/t ENENews, April 18th, 2016, “TV: Surge in babies being born with extra arms, legs after Fukushima — “I feel officials know the cause is radiation” — Nurse says many are getting abortions to avoid ‘inconvenient’ babies — “High number of stillbirths” — Many people reporting cancers, even far away from Fukushima (VIDEO)” -> Additional resources in ENEnews comments.

Click link or image to watch on Youtube [ @]:

A shorter more edited version was broadcast on February 24, 2016.  The short reports are sprinkled with images


About half-way through, it also includes reports from Fukushima farmers, clips from the film on the topic, ‘Inheritance,’ and discussion thereof.

!-> Many more news stories of the ungoing crisis at Fukushima-Daiichi, and how it is affecting life can be found through my list of Nuclear News Sources.

A chronological overview of my nuclear-topic-related posts can be found in my Nuclear Blog Posts Archive.

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