Japan's Broken Coast Struggles To Recover

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Guests

Yuri Kageyama, correspondent, The Associated Press
Nikki Kininmonth, freelance translator based in Tokyo
Marie Mutsuki Mockett, author, Picking Bones From Ash

Two years after a massive earthquake hit the East Coast of Japan — causing a tsunami and a meltdown at the Fukushima power plant — 300,000 people still live in temporary housing. Many believe they will they will never be able to return to their villages.

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