Anti-nuclear rally

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A protester wearing a gas mask uses a moblie phone at an anti-nuclear rally in Tokyo May 7, 2011. More than 1,000 people rallied on Saturday, one day after  Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan call for halt of the Hamaoka nuclear plant in central Japan, due to worries a strong earthquake could cause another nuclear crisis.    REUTERS

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