The dairy farmers who returned to Fukushima’s fallout path

Guardian: Keiko Sanpei, whose Namie dairy farm is exposed to 100 times the radiation level now affecting Tokyo. Photograph: "The alarm is ringing. That means danger," says Keiko Sanpei with a nervous laugh as she looks at a meter which shows radiation levels, at her dairy farm, more than five times the health limit. "I was afraid when I first returned. But being with the cows, that fear goes away." Sanpei's home is in Namie, a radiation hotspot 17 miles downwind of the leaking Fukushima......

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