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Program gives young Fukushima victims respite in isles

Six children will visit Big Isle and Oahu sites as guests of Hearts for Fukushima Kids

By Allison Schaefers

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 05, 2013

~~<p>Six children who lived through the largest nuclear accident since Chernobyl are on their way to Oahu for play and respite after a longer stop on Hawaii island.</p>
<p>The children, who were affected by the Fuku&shy;shima Dai&shy;ichi nuclear disaster, landed on Hawaii island June 24 and will visit Oahu from Aug. 16 to 20. They are participants in a new volunteer effort called Hearts for Fuku&shy;shima Kids.</p>
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Six children who lived through the largest nuclear accident since Chernobyl are on their way to Oahu for play and respite after a longer stop on Hawaii island.

The children, who were affected by the Fuku­shima Dai­ichi nuclear disaster, landed on Hawaii island June 24 and will visit Oahu from Aug. 16 to 20. They are participants in a new volunteer effort called Hearts for Fuku­shima Kids. Login for more...



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