Inside Japan's nuclear exclusion zone

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Six months on from Japan's nuclear crisis, science correspondent David Shukman has made a rare visit to the abandoned town of Tomioka in the Fukushima exclusion zone.

He says that radiation levels have fallen dramatically in some areas, but the effects of the sudden evacuation are plain to see.

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