A view shows cars parked at the Izumitamatsuyu temporary housing estate, where 200 former Tomioka town residents have been evacuated to, in Iwaki, Fukushima prefecture November 8, 2013. For many of ... more 
A view shows cars parked at the Izumitamatsuyu temporary housing estate, where 200 former Tomioka town residents have been evacuated to, in Iwaki, Fukushima prefecture November 8, 2013. For many of Japan's oldest nuclear refugees, all they want is to be allowed back to the homes they were forced to abandon. Others are ready to move away, severing ties to the ghost towns that remain in the shadow of the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant. But among the thousands of evacuees stuck in temporary housing more than two and a half years after the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl, there is a shared understanding on one point - Japan's government is unable to deliver on its ambitious initial goals for cleaning up the areas that had to be evacuated after the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster. Picture taken November 8, 2013. To match story JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/ REUTERS/Sophie Knight (JAPAN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY DISASTER SOCIETY TRANSPORT) less 
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