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Protest in Tokyo against the re-start of the Oi Nuclear Power Plant in Fukui, Japan(11 images)

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  • July 1, 2012- Tokyo, Japan...Anti-Nuclear protesters listen to speeches at Shinjuku's Central Park before marching through the streets of Shinjuku in Tokyo to protest the re-start of the Oi Nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture, the first nuclear reactor to be re-started since the 3/11 Earthquake and Tsunami that saw TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant go into a triple meltdown. The protesters chanted 'Let's crush Nuclear Energy. Yes, we can' and 'Noda. No way' during the march... Protests were staged throughout Japan on the weekend including a protest at the Prime Ministers official residence on Friday the  29th that saw a between 17,000 - 50,000 protest according to Police and according to local media...(Photo by B.Meyer-Kenny/2.0 Images)
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  • July 1, 2012- Tokyo, Japan...Anti-Nuclear protesters dance with an effigy of Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda at Shinjuku's Central Park before marching through the streets of Shinjuku in Tokyo to protest the re-start of the Oi Nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture, the first nuclear reactor to be re-started since the 3/11 Earthquake and Tsunami that saw TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant go into a triple meltdown. The protesters chanted 'Let's crush Nuclear Energy. Yes, we can' and 'Noda. No way' during the march... Protests were staged throughout Japan on the weekend including a protest at the Prime Ministers official residence on Friday the  29th that saw a between 17,000 - 50,000 protest according to Police and according to local media...(Photo by B.Meyer-Kenny/2.0 Images)
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  • July 1, 2012- Tokyo, Japan...An Anti-Nuclear protester holds a No Nukes sign surrounded by Police at the end of a march through the streets of Shinjuku in Tokyo to protest the re-start of the Oi Nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture, the first nuclear reactor to be re-started since the 3/11 Earthquake and Tsunami that saw TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant go into a triple meltdown. The protesters chanted 'Let's crush Nuclear Energy. Yes, we can' and 'Noda. No way' during the march... Protests were staged throughout Japan on the weekend including a protest at the Prime Ministers official residence on Friday the  29th that saw a between 17,000 - 50,000 protest according to Police and according to local media...(Photo by B.Meyer-Kenny/2.0 Images)
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  • July 1, 2012- Tokyo, Japan...An Anti-Nuclear protester tries to goad a Police Officer during a march through the streets of Shinjuku in Tokyo to protest the re-start of the Oi Nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture, the first nuclear reactor to be re-started since the 3/11 Earthquake and Tsunami that saw TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant go into a triple meltdown. The protesters chanted 'Let's crush Nuclear Energy. Yes, we can' and 'Noda. No way' during the march... Protests were staged throughout Japan on the weekend including a protest at the Prime Ministers official residence on Friday the  29th that saw a between 17,000 - 50,000 protest according to Police and according to local media...(Photo by B.Meyer-Kenny/2.0 Images)
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  • July 1, 2012- Tokyo, Japan...An Anti-Nuclear protester tries to goad a Police Officer during a march through the streets of Shinjuku in Tokyo to protest the re-start of the Oi Nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture, the first nuclear reactor to be re-started since the 3/11 Earthquake and Tsunami that saw TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant go into a triple meltdown. The protesters chanted 'Let's crush Nuclear Energy. Yes, we can' and 'Noda. No way' during the march... Protests were staged throughout Japan on the weekend including a protest at the Prime Ministers official residence on Friday the  29th that saw a between 17,000 - 50,000 protest according to Police and according to local media...(Photo by B.Meyer-Kenny/2.0 Images)
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  • July 1, 2012- Tokyo, Japan...Anti-Nuclear protester appeals for onlookers to join in protests during a march through the streets of Shinjuku in Tokyo to protest the re-start of the Oi Nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture, the first nuclear reactor to be re-started since the 3/11 Earthquake and Tsunami that saw TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant go into a triple meltdown. The protesters chanted 'Let's crush Nuclear Energy. Yes, we can' and 'Noda. No way' during the march... Protests were staged throughout Japan on the weekend including a protest at the Prime Ministers official residence on Friday the  29th that saw a between 17,000 - 50,000 protest according to Police and according to local media...(Photo by B.Meyer-Kenny/2.0 Images)
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  • July 1, 2012- Tokyo, Japan...Anti-Nuclear protesters march through the streets of Shinjuku in Tokyo to protest the re-start of the Oi Nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture, the first nuclear reactor to be re-started since the 3/11 Earthquake and Tsunami that saw TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant go into a triple meltdown. The protesters chanted 'Let's crush Nuclear Energy. Yes, we can' and 'Noda. No way' during the march... Protests were staged throughout Japan on the weekend including a protest at the Prime Ministers official residence on Friday the  29th that saw a between 17,000 - 50,000 protest according to Police and according to local media...(Photo by B.Meyer-Kenny/2.0 Images)
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  • July 1, 2012- Tokyo, Japan...Anti-Nuclear protesters march through the streets of Shinjuku in Tokyo to protest the re-start of the Oi Nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture, the first nuclear reactor to be re-started since the 3/11 Earthquake and Tsunami that saw TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant go into a triple meltdown. The protesters chanted 'Let's crush Nuclear Energy. Yes, we can' and 'Noda. No way' during the march... Protests were staged throughout Japan on the weekend including a protest at the Prime Ministers official residence on Friday the  29th that saw a between 17,000 - 50,000 protest according to Police and according to local media...(Photo by B.Meyer-Kenny/2.0 Images)
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  • July 1, 2012- Tokyo, Japan...Anti-Nuclear protesters march through the streets of Shinjuku in Tokyo to protest the re-start of the Oi Nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture, the first nuclear reactor to be re-started since the 3/11 Earthquake and Tsunami that saw TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant go into a triple meltdown. The protesters chanted 'Let's crush Nuclear Energy. Yes, we can' and 'Noda. No way' during the march... Protests were staged throughout Japan on the weekend including a protest at the Prime Ministers official residence on Friday the  29th that saw a between 17,000 - 50,000 protest according to Police and according to local media...(Photo by B.Meyer-Kenny/2.0 Images)
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  • July 1, 2012- Tokyo, Japan...Anti-Nuclear protester holds a placard during an  march through the streets of Shinjuku in Tokyo to protest the re-start of the Oi Nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture, the first nuclear reactor to be re-started since the 3/11 Earthquake and Tsunami that saw TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant go into a triple meltdown. The protesters chanted 'Let's crush Nuclear Energy. Yes, we can' and 'Noda. No way' during the march... Protests were staged throughout Japan on the weekend including a protest at the Prime Ministers official residence on Friday the  29th that saw a between 17,000 - 50,000 protest according to Police and according to local media...(Photo by B.Meyer-Kenny/2.0 Images)
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  • July 1, 2012- Tokyo, Japan...Anti-Nuclear protester holds a 'Japan kills Japanese' banner during a march through the streets of Shinjuku in Tokyo to protest the re-start of the Oi Nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture, the first nuclear reactor to be re-started since the 3/11 Earthquake and Tsunami that saw TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant go into a triple meltdown. The protesters chanted 'Let's crush Nuclear Energy. Yes, we can' and 'Noda. No way' during the march... Protests were staged throughout Japan on the weekend including a protest at the Prime Ministers official residence on Friday the  29th that saw a between 17,000 - 50,000 protest according to Police and according to local media...(Photo by B.Meyer-Kenny/2.0 Images)
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