Anti-nuclear protesters get to meet Japanese prime minister

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After organising a week of demonstrations in front of his official residence in Tokyo, anti-nuclear activists have been invited inside to meet the Japanese prime minister face to face.

Protests have been growing in the country - which is still recovering from last year's Fukushima nuclear accident - since Mr Yoshihiko Noda ordered two reactors to be restarted in June.

Miho Tanaka reports.

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