Japan anti-nuclear protesters rally

Thousands of anti-nuclear protesters marched in Japan on Saturday, three months after an earthquake and tsunami triggered the worst nuclear disaster in 25 years, urging the government to cut reliance on atomic power.Three reactors went into meltdown after the earthquake hit the Fukushima Daiichi plant in northeastern Japan, forcing 80,000 residents to evacuate from its vicinity as engineers battled radiation leaks, hydrogen explosions and overheating fuel rods.Company workers, students and parents with children on their shoulders rallied across Japan, venting their anger at the governments handling of the crisis, carrying flags bearing the words "No Nukes!" and "No More Fukushima."

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