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Seoul, Apr 16 (EFE/EPA).- Dozens of South Korean activists gathered again Friday to protest against Japan's decision to release the radioactive water from the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant into the ocean.Japan on Tuesday formalized its to decision to release over 1 million tonnes of contaminated water stored in the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean, after treating it to remove most radioactive elements. The contentious measure is aimed at solving the accumulation of radioactive water at the Daiichi nuclear facilities, one of the most pressing problems in the complex process of dismantling the plant that was damaged by the earthquake and tsunami in march 2011. (Camera: JEON HEON-KYUN). SHOT LIST: PROTEST AGAINST THE RELEASE OF RADIOACTIVE WATER INTO THE OCEAN FROM THE DAMAGED FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR POWER PLANT OUTSIDE THE JAPANESE EMBASSY IN SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA.

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