IN DEPTH: Japan's nuclear options

A cask is prepared to remove nuclear fuel rods at a destroyed Fukushima reactor

A cask is prepared to remove nuclear fuel rods at a destroyed Fukushima reactor

Shortly after the tsunami triggered the destruction of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in March 2011, Prime Minister Naoto Kan was told that radioactive contamination could potentially render the entire Tokyo metropolitan area — a region of 43 million people — uninhabitable.

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